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Old 12-03-2004, 03:58 PM
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no ****. I have lost at least 25% of days since last spring. Good thing I'm the only one who can fire me (someone please fire me!).

Anytime. Good luck.
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Let me know if there is anything we can do to help.

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no ****. I have lost at least 25% of days since last spring. Good thing I'm the only one who can fire me (someone please fire me!).


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Another excuse....starter was the wrong one. A truck is coming in tomorrow and MIGHT have the one they need on it. I know I'm impatient, but the delays have been driving me crazy. On top of the fact that this boat is in NY and has not been winterized.
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Don't get discouraged. Some day you'll look back on this and LYAO!
Best of luck from now on.

Kudos to Bill Bartus at Silver Coast. He needs to be in my thread about positive influence people in our industry.
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Thanks, Ed. I was out of town for a few days and am just getting back online.
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Originally Posted by t500hps
Another excuse....starter was the wrong one. A truck is coming in tomorrow and MIGHT have the one they need on it. I know I'm impatient, but the delays have been driving me crazy. On top of the fact that this boat is in NY and has not been winterized.
Please tell me you are joking!!! Has the boat been outside? I am not sure how the weather has been were the boat is but we have had a number of cold days up in Boston already.... It should be ok as we have not had any deep freezes but Just wanted you to know.

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You must be kidding??!! Offer still stands if you need it.
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If you want something done right, do it yourself. I say get a trailer and be done, won't you need one once you get it? I would say $5,000 would get a nice one and you would get it back when sold. A boat without a trailer is like a fish out of water. Unless it is too large and needs a cradle, but it still takes a travel lift to get it to a cradle. A good dual axle trailer sounds like the ticket. Then you can take the matter in your own hands and say see ya to the deadbeat hualers.
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Originally Posted by buyafountain.com
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You must be kidding??!! Offer still stands if you need it.
Yea,
My offer stands as well, call me if I can help.

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