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Propwash A boat is a hole in the water into which you pour... good times!

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03-13-2006 08:34 AM
Dble Haul I'll be getting things together and in proper order on the weekend of the 25th and 26th. I have too much to do between now and then to get it done any sooner.

We're getting closer and closer, aren't we?
03-12-2006 05:14 PM
Smcdermott Steve,

You are welcome to borrow my charger. You definitely take the award for hardcore. I am about a month away from dunking the Avril Marie. Realized I don't know how to hook up the batteries in my rig today. A lot more wires in there than my truck or any car I ever owned. I guess I should have drawn a diagram before I had the shop pull them during the winterizing process. Have to do some reading this week.

Sean
03-12-2006 04:58 PM
FrenchCreek Hey Slinger, I have a bucnh of "AA's" that I could send down to you, just to get the falshlight going, that you need to find the cahrger. Good to hear that you are getting geared up, I'm still dealing with Shack Nasties for another month or so!
03-12-2006 01:56 PM
Slinger
Allmost ready!

Pulled the cover off the boat and cleaned out all the leafs that I covered up last Nov. last week.Yesterday I yanked the 40 yr old flasher off to make room for the new GPS182 Map and relocated the grab rails from the side of the console to the top, now you can hold on without being all hunched over. Today I replaced the tongue jack, which refused to turn even with a hammer assist. The only thing left is to get the battreies installed and that would have been done if my wife hadn`t "put away " the charger, we shuold find it somtime around August! If I can get the battries charged I`m lookin to make a splash next week.
Slinger

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