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    Default I bought a jet boat today

    I bought a jet boat today and I was wondering if you could tell me how to fix it. J/K





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    They made a full stringer out of a quarter stringer? Well they tried.

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    A new set of engine rails and your set
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    5 gallons of gas and a match...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmorton View Post
    5 gallons of gas and a match...
    Im thinkin a gallon might do it !

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    I try to be thorough...

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    What's wrong? I don't see a problem...........

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    a little carpet ...you can sell it on E BAY ....
    "Life's tough......It's even tougher if you're stupid."

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    Don't even worry about it. I just read an ad on CL and the guy said stringers are not in anyway structural to a boat.

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    Duct tape, silly putty and safety wire. Make sure to do the same on both sides

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    It will problably only do a craigslist 90 mph now. Use spray on bed liner to get back to the 100's.

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    what are you guys talking about? thats fancy... haha
    "i'm into snatchin' kisses... and vice-versa!" haha

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    Just throw a layer of mat and resin on it, drop in an Olds.
    You'll be able to run 100 mph all day long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WMorton View Post
    5 gallons of gas and a match...

    I try to be thorough...
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