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Old 03-14-2014, 01:59 AM
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Other forums do it so why not us? Maybe post the where, what and ???? to the pic?


2004 2750 w/525 (now in Germany) at Lake Mead

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Boat is now renamed and in Loto, I heard the new owner hit something and tore the drive and housing off causing $15k worth of damage..............................sniff :-(



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Here is a couple of my 29 on the way to Desert Storm last year. First run on the new SCX drive.
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OK have to bring it up again. 2 boats that I know somewhat well in person from the pics above.

Gel coat perfection 100 % great detail & work, a million dollar job, and very time consuming - but the rub rail el cheapo - 200 bucks manu cost, installed in one hour - ruins the looks of the boat - I am sorry but had to say it. Hopefully a point well taken. I still really like the Lavey's so don't beat me up too much. Carry on.
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OK have to bring it up again. 2 boats that I know somewhat well in person from the pics above.

Gel coat perfection 100 % great detail & work, a million dollar job, and very time consuming - but the rub rail el cheapo - 200 bucks manu cost, installed in one hour - ruins the looks of the boat - I am sorry but had to say it. Hopefully a point well taken. I still really like the Lavey's so don't beat me up too much. Carry on.
those black rub rails mite be cheep but they work good against dock's and pile-lings , The nice looking stainless one's dont stay nice looking for long if you touch a dock or pile-ling even thow they look better at first look

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Other forums do it so why not us? Maybe post the where, what and ???? to the pic?


2004 2750 w/525 (now in Germany) at Lake Mead
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LOL I was going to say the almost the same thing, I beat the sh*t out of mine so bad I'm glad it was the cheap one! John we were both right, my heart is having a some major seller remorse, but my pocket book is thanking me. With the lakes so low right now, selling her was the right move.
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I hear you Bert. Try doing the boat thing for a living. This really stinks plus what a cold winter, no one did anything boating for the last five months. You should see Ft. Worth and west of. It is a lot worse than Dallas and east of.

Mike whats your next boat? .
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Thinking hard about a 29 closed bow
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