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    Default Newty Style

    So, I had the pleasure of getting out on the river with Newty while my boat is down for a tranny rebuild.

    He got a little thirsty, so I had to toss him a beverage...





    Oh, and don't worry... not a drop was spilled after he fell out of the wave following the above picture...

    Then Gangham Style came on the mix and he had to do the dance...


    Thanks for a great time out on the river. We'll definitely have to do it again!

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    Fantastic... a video of me dancing to gangnam style surfing. :what:Lol


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    Heh heh, you said tranny rebuild!
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    Nice! That river looks awful familiar.
    If I wasn't stuck at the beach all week I woulda been there with ya man.
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    I think I saw him on Solid Gold. Or was it American Bandstand?
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    Quote Originally Posted by newty View Post
    Fantastic... a video of me dancing to gangnam style surfing. :what:Lol
    ROFL. There goes my chance of getting asked out on the boat again!

    BTW, Cindy has been talking about wanting to surf again DAILY. We ordered her a wetsuit jacket and a couple of rash guards. She is really stoked to get back on a board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trayson View Post
    ROFL. There goes my chance of getting asked out on the boat again!

    BTW, Cindy has been talking about wanting to surf again DAILY. We ordered her a wetsuit jacket and a couple of rash guards. She is really stoked to get back on a board.
    That's awesome... we'll do it again here soon.
    How's your Tranny? Lol


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    Cavitation issues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newty View Post
    That's awesome... we'll do it again here soon.
    How's your Tranny? Lol
    Sounds good. I got the transmission on Friday, but I was elbows deep in an event I put on for my BMW car club... It was a blast, but it took the whole weekend... http://vimeo.com/71303899

    We dug into it yesterday after work. Changing the rear main seal was about the only smooth and easy part. Let's just say that reinstalling the flywheel 3 times (don't ask) and a trip to 4 parts stores later, we ended the night with the transmission "in" and the stringer mounts installed. A lot of the hoses and electrical are hooked back up. Starter's back in. We need to hook up a few odds and ends still, but we did make progress. This evening we'll finish up hooking things up, then fill the transmission and give the alignment a shot. If we can't get it all aligned I have an appointment with Active to have them do that part on Thurs.
    1992 Supra Sunsport. PCM 351 Pro Boss, Tower, Auto Ballast, Heater, Perfect Pass Wakeboard Pro, Bimini, Sunbrella Cover, Low Pitch Prop, Dual Batteries, LED's, MB Quart speakers, Rockford Fosgate Amps, Phoenix Gold Sub, 8" Compression Horn Tubbies, Light bar, a TON of blue LED's, Fly High fat sacks, homemade surf system

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