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    Whoa! Ditto this. I would never park on a hill...

    Whoa! Ditto this. I would never park on a hill and expect the truck's e-brake to hold it. You can get a pair for less than $10. I always keep them in the truck. If something ever happened and you had...
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    It's not that important. The biggest difference...

    It's not that important. The biggest difference in my opinion is the handle. Cheap handles feel bendy and squishy to me. Other than that, it's "nice to have" all of the different take off sections of...
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    A disadvantage to I/O's in a salt water...

    A disadvantage to I/O's in a salt water environment is that there are more parts left submerged at all times, this means more maintenance to prevent corrosion. An OB can be entirely removed from the...
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    I'm imagining a tray like old coolers used to...

    I'm imagining a tray like old coolers used to have that would hang from the partition rails... intriguing.
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    We contemplated putting a cargo net pocket in...

    We contemplated putting a cargo net pocket in there. There isn't any clearance over the main part of the engine in my '07 LSV. The is some room available all the way back towards the transom but this...
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    It depends on the geometry. Let's say the...

    It depends on the geometry. Let's say the "minimum" for a slalom course is around 2200' by 300' which by my calculation is a little over 15 acres. You will get good at P-turns - fine for skiing, but...
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    Oh, and if you're thinking about the actual...

    Oh, and if you're thinking about the actual pattern of color stripes, don't worry about that. The upholstery shop will easily pattern it off of the existing vinyl. That Herman's shop is exactly the...
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    I think the NADA prices are usually a little low...

    I think the NADA prices are usually a little low for boats. I think this is due to banks using it as a loan guide and needing a realistic "what can we get for this boat if the loan defaults" price....
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    Maybe 99%. It doesn't hurt to try. You'll be...

    Maybe 99%. It doesn't hurt to try. You'll be surprised how close they can get. They will pull out a stack of sample books. They don't stock any of these materials (except maybe the basic white and...
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    Just find a local automotive upholstery shop.

    Just find a local automotive upholstery shop.
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    This is what I ride and love it. It's nice and...

    This is what I ride and love it. It's nice and fast so I can easily ride it even when the wave is less than perfect. I'm not good enough to comment on it's advanced level handling but I intentionally...
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    Hmmm, that is true. But the rear bags were set up...

    Hmmm, that is true. But the rear bags were set up the same way. Did the design assume that no air ever got into the system?
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    In the stock GIII setup, the center bag is vented...

    In the stock GIII setup, the center bag is vented through the drain pump in exactly the same manner as the rear locker bags.
  14. Thread: New Slalom Ski

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    I figured as much but it's not that hard to get...

    I figured as much but it's not that hard to get used to and the additional control is worth it. You're young, switch to a full boot and you'll never look back.
  15. Thread: New Slalom Ski

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    I would recommend a rear boot (vs open heel).

    I would recommend a rear boot (vs open heel).
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    Here's a nice troubleshooting guide:...

    Here's a nice troubleshooting guide: http://www.jamestowndistributors.com/userportal/document.do?docId=833

    Basically, you can measure the resistance of the sender (gauge disconnected) or...
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    Yeah, that'll clear some garage space.

    Yeah, that'll clear some garage space.
  18. In my opinion, you are just a tad high but within...

    In my opinion, you are just a tad high but within reason. In another month or so, I'd say your final negotiated price might be 30-32k. For now, I'd list at that and expect to come down a little.
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  19. Thread: water temps

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    68-70. Nice and warm. It might warm another...

    68-70. Nice and warm. It might warm another degree or two.
  20. Thread: Barefoot Boom

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    I don't think so. It mounts to the pylon lower...

    I don't think so. It mounts to the pylon lower than the gunwale and is shaped to go up and over. The v-drive version is flat with respect to the gunwale.

    I'm actually looking for a cost-effective...
  21. Thread: Barefoot Boom

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    Still available.

    Still available.
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    I recently sold my '89 DD. It's 25 years old and...

    I recently sold my '89 DD. It's 25 years old and still running great. I had to put a few thousand into vinyl but other than that had no major expenses. The steering and throttle cables have failed...
  23. My friend always rides with a helmet and he...

    My friend always rides with a helmet and he swears that the falls rattle him less with it on (normal falls into the water, not even considering hitting a board etc)
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    Here is the thread:http://www.moomba.com/msgboard/showthread.php?24345-Group-Buy-Fresh-Air-Exhaust!
    I think it was only through 7/3, but send brain_rinse a pm and contact FAE to see if it's still...
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    I always think of diesels as longer-lasting than...

    I always think of diesels as longer-lasting than the gasoline counterparts. Is that generally true? I have two GMs with 210k miles that are still running great.
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