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Old 02-04-2005, 06:15 PM
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Default Nice work Xtreme Marine and Trick Marine!

I just went down to Xtreme Marine in Miami where Larry Goldman is Re-Rigging my Motion. I just wanted to praise Fred from Trick and his beautiful accessories and Larry from Extreme doing some of the nicest, meticulous work I have seen. I want to thank them both. Can't wait for Sarasota!! Look at the wiring under the dash!!
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Default Re: Nice work Xtreme Marine and Trick Marine!

Fred had all of the gauges custom made.
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Fred's new Sea Strainers! Every hose is steel braded.
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No More Broken Bravos!!
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WOW!!! Very impressive work. Keep posting the pics as it progresses.
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These are sample of the material I am thinking about using for the new interior. It's the new Carbon Fiber Vinyl. The purple and silver look beter in person. I'm looking for opinions on the vinyl. What do you think??
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Freds new pumps.
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These are sample of the material I am thinking about using for the new interior. It's the new Carbon Fiber Vinyl. The purple and silver look beter in person. I'm looking for opinions on the vinyl. What do you think??
The blue or the blue and silver Very nor tech
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Believe it or not, they are purples not blues. They look completely differant in person!!
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I saw the same material the other day. It looked trick and seemed to be durable enough.
I was going to use the silver for accent pieces. It matches the pewter on my bezels, fire ext. holders etc.
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