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    Default Spy pics from WV hills






    Is that SNOW?
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    Those guys are in no better shape than I am right now!!! Well, maybe a little. at least they have stringers!!!
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    Can you paint the hop out of that thing Jr? That was quick, one pic it was all primed up and the next all painted and shinny. That Jr is quick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catch A Cole View Post
    Can you paint the hop out of that thing Jr? That was quick, one pic it was all primed up and the next all painted and shinny. That Jr is quick.
    That's why the pics are a little foggy, I think the paint fog was still hanging around
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    Glad to see that the prop marks are gone. I did feel bad about that.
    Now I need to get the prop fixed.
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    Don't worry about the hop in that boat, rumor has it an outside engineering firm has been consulted, Sissonville performance engineering. A well known firm in the area, with top staff to include but not limited to Bob, Bob, Bobby, Curt, Joyce and Kathy, and lead engineer DW to perform engineering analysis on the bottom. Between multiple cigarette breaks, many cups of coffee,flippin juice, and many buckets of chicken wings, their tireless work will never be outdone. I believe they were the same firm that performed the setback of the pump. I have complete faith all will come out well after they perform their masterful work. I can't even believe they let out on the internet the old snow in the bottom test, I would have never believed they let that trick out to the engineering community. I had the impression it was as top secret as Colonel Sanders Kentucky Fried Chicken Seasoning. GasGuzzler your life could be in danger for posting that, watch your back now.
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    Thats some funny stuff right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jspeeddemon View Post
    Don't worry about the hop in that boat, rumor has it an outside engineering firm has been consulted, Sissonville performance engineering. A well known firm in the area, with top staff to include but not limited to Bob, Bob, Bobby, Curt, Joyce and Kathy, and lead engineer DW to perform engineering analysis on the bottom. Between multiple cigarette breaks, many cups of coffee,flippin juice, and many buckets of chicken wings, their tireless work will never be outdone. I believe they were the same firm that performed the setback of the pump. I have complete faith all will come out well after they perform their masterful work. I can't even believe they let out on the internet the old snow in the bottom test, I would have never believed they let that trick out to the engineering community. I had the impression it was as top secret as Colonel Sanders Kentucky Fried Chicken Seasoning. GasGuzzler your life could be in danger for posting that, watch your back now.
    My middle name is DANGER! I can't believe they been chittin me on the chicken wings though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jspeeddemon View Post
    Don't worry about the hop in that boat, rumor has it an outside engineering firm has been consulted, Sissonville performance engineering. A well known firm in the area, with top staff to include but not limited to Bob, Bob, Bobby, Curt, Joyce and Kathy, and lead engineer DW to perform engineering analysis on the bottom. Between multiple cigarette breaks, many cups of coffee,flippin juice, and many buckets of chicken wings, their tireless work will never be outdone. I believe they were the same firm that performed the setback of the pump. I have complete faith all will come out well after they perform their masterful work. I can't even believe they let out on the internet the old snow in the bottom test, I would have never believed they let that trick out to the engineering community. I had the impression it was as top secret as Colonel Sanders Kentucky Fried Chicken Seasoning. GasGuzzler your life could be in danger for posting that, watch your back now.
    snow in the bottom thats wear they were rideing it down the hill in jr's back yard and bob pulled it back up to the top with jr's truck or they hooked up hogen to the boat and made a dog sleigh out of it
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    Quote Originally Posted by GasGuzzler View Post





    Is that SNOW?
    which one is the dick head lol
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    It can be narrowed down to two.....and their both northerners
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    Quote Originally Posted by GasGuzzler View Post
    It can be narrowed down to two.....and their both northerners
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsanger View Post
    Those guys are in no better shape than I am right now!!! Well, maybe a little. at least they have stringers!!!
    I know the felling, Mine are out as well and can't wait to get them back in..
    Really got them in I guess, Just waiting on the man to Glass them in for me.
    My pump is gone and lots more, looks about like yours with wood stringers in it...And we are going to be racing at the events..we better hurry
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