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    For all the Roger's guys, here is a little close up of Suckfish's Roger's. Enjoy

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    Very nice! That rigging is clean!!!!!!

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    Very nice looking boat!

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    Looks great. Nice job on the stainless hardline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldsquirt View Post
    Looks great. Nice job on the stainless hardline.
    X2 (I agree). I dig those ss hardlines!

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    I just started on the top end fuel system in hardline and it looked so good I got out of control. The whole fuel system and water system are hard lined. Less 4 lines. I will be in Parker june 6th-8th just north of the Blue water casino. Will anyone else be out next weekend?

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    The hardline looks great. Really cleans up the look. After having bought a bunch of stainless lines and fittings I have to wonder if going this route might actually be less expensive. Don't suppose you did a cost comparison?

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    Squirtcha, I work in the plumbing business so I got the hard line very reasonable the fittings are much cheaper than regular an fttgs also.You just have to know that you will have peices that dont come out right and a piece of line goes in the scrape bin. It was very time consuming. It took about 8 months to complete just the lines. I cant take all the credit either my Uncle helped out a lot. In the priceing it did come out a little cheaper. Got to figure what you time is worth you can build braided lines pretty fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suckfish81 View Post
    Squirtcha, I work in the plumbing business so I got the hard line very reasonable the fittings are much cheaper than regular an fttgs also.You just have to know that you will have peices that dont come out right and a piece of line goes in the scrape bin. It was very time consuming. It took about 8 months to complete just the lines. I cant take all the credit either my Uncle helped out a lot. In the priceing it did come out a little cheaper. Got to figure what you time is worth you can build braided lines pretty fast.
    I'd be in serious trouble then...........my attention span to any one task is only about 24 hours. After that I'm done and on to something else. Since I have no experience bending hardline and assembling fittings, I'd probably waste more than the cost difference.

    I does look very nice though.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by suckfish81 View Post
    Squirtcha, I work in the plumbing business so I got the hard line very reasonable the fittings are much cheaper than regular an fttgs also.You just have to know that you will have peices that dont come out right and a piece of line goes in the scrape bin. It was very time consuming. It took about 8 months to complete just the lines. I cant take all the credit either my Uncle helped out a lot. In the priceing it did come out a little cheaper. Got to figure what you time is worth you can build braided lines pretty fast.
    I hear ya on the hard line. Just plumbing my fogger system took two weeks and there was alot of scrap laying around when it was all said and done.

    Boat looks insane! Not positive but we may have a boat or two below the damn next weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuelinmyveins82 View Post
    I hear ya on the hard line. Just plumbing my fogger system took two weeks and there was alot of scrap laying around when it was all said and done.

    Boat looks insane! Not positive but we may have a boat or two below the damn next weekend.
    Ill be 1/2 mile north of the casino house right on the water AZ side. If for sure pm me maybe ill bring her south of the dam. You have the red white
    Rogers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by suckfish81 View Post
    Ill be 1/2 mile north of the casino house right on the water AZ side. If for sure pm me maybe ill bring her south of the dam. You have the red white
    Rogers?
    cool, will do. Yes I have the red and white one.

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    Boat looks real sano SF.
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    i love the hard line, i originally had stainless that i was starting to run on my boat, but ran into some issues flaring the ends. how thick is that line? what kind of flaring tool did you use. i am planning to redo mine to stainless like i originally wanted, but haven't had the time to do it. boat looks great!

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