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    After getting bored in the other thread ... I went out and stripped down the Gullwing ... gonna go visit Todd tomorrow and see what we can come up with ... here's pics after removing the seats, rail kit, fuel tanks, carpet, blah blah blah ... man those stringers are like swiss cheese in the driver's area

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    I'm thinking about sanding and clearing the floors and filling & blacking out the stringers ...

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    Cool deal..I really like the paint on that boat
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    you hauled ass. if you worked half as hard as you played you'd be retired by now

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    nice work busby. i would have stopped by today but i was busy turning the back of my steering wheel into an atari system for those lazy days on the river this summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUSBY View Post

    I'm thinking about sanding and clearing the floors and filling & blacking out the stringers ...
    After some recent bulkhead repair and hole-plugging on the stringers, I had the same thing done to my boat. Had the front bulkhead and transom done in black as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jet4fun View Post
    you hauled ass. if you worked half as hard as you played you wouldnt need to work anymore
    Oh wait ... I have to work? I thought that was a rumor.

    Haven't you read the book "The 4 Hour Work Week", I try to follow it's advice as close as possible. You can find it here: http://www.amazon.com/4-Hour-Workwee...3915099&sr=8-1

    I like the option of outsourcing my life ... the author shows you how you can have someone else do everything for you ... from India

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    the tach needs to go on top of the deck. its easier to see up there. safety first

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone View Post
    nice work busby. i would have stopped by today but i was busy turning the back of my steering wheel into an atari system for those lazy days on the river this summer.
    it's all good ... I got on a roll ... we'll kick back next weekend have some cold ones & kill my liver

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldsquirt View Post
    After some recent bulkhead repair and hole-plugging on the stringers, I had the same thing done to my boat. Had the front bulkhead and transom done in black as well.
    that's kinda what I'm thinking ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jet4fun View Post
    the tach needs to go on top of the deck. its easier to see up there. safety first
    It actually needs to be in the dash ... but it's different there, it's growing on me.

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    tachs are overrated. just mash gas and let the other guy worry about his engine while you're out in front.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone View Post
    tachs are overrated. just mash gas and let the other guy worry about his engine while you're out in front.


    good advice from the pump gas king...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone View Post
    tachs are overrated. just mash gas and let the other guy worry about his engine while you're out in front.
    sounds good to me ... the last tach I had on the deck was on the hydro ... when it bounced out at over 150 and landed on the steering wheel, I put it inside the gunnel off of the bulkhead ... only used it for recall anyways ... safety first

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    god invented the rev limiter so we wouldnt need to look at no stinkin tach.

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