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Old 10-07-2004, 09:09 AM
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Hey Rick get the right ratios on that pic....
Now that's a butt that deserves a Bravo.
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Old 10-07-2004, 09:23 AM
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Troutly,
That's why all the REALLY big ones are mounted in a staggered configuration .
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Troutly is right. They are still a little sideways. Not that I am complaining. NK

BTW It deserves something better than a bravo.

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Old 10-07-2004, 09:28 AM
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A saber in not an Apache? They were not pulled from the same mold?
I got a little wound up and started getting picky. They are from the same mold. There's always a faster ride so lets go boating and enjoy them all. NK
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Hey Rick get the right ratios on that pic....
Now that's a butt that deserves a Bravo.

Hey GL
Thanks for dialing it in for me.

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Old 10-07-2004, 11:35 AM
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Actually I had it on my computer already in some file somwhere!
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Ok Guys
Lets stop all the bullsh*t
Lets go for a boat ride & have some beers and find something else to talk about.

This trend got way out of hand.


I think these are the best set of drives on the market today


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what a RIDE



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Old 10-07-2004, 02:56 PM
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Easy there. I happen to know three Cig owners who are not pretentious a$$holes...
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It's the black dash, it just scares the sh!t out of me
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As for my lake comment in my last post
Any lake can get nasty at times.
The ocean is one place that is nasty a lot of the times.
IF you boat on the lake 7 days in a row you could have 1-2 feet seas as an avg.
If you boat in the ocean 7 days in a row you could have 2-3 feet seas as an avg.
You should come to Lake Erie sometime. It will be nice for a minute and then eat your boat. It doesn't care that you have the fastest gladiator. It will eat it anyway.
Not swells. Hard, steep, closely spaced chop. Sometimes the patterns make no sense at all.

My boat has twin 260s and OMC drives. My top speed is a little less than half of yours. It cost me one twentieth of what yours cost.
You wouldn't fear my boat.

But fear my lake.
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