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    Well here I go starting a winter project in August! Wife is not to happy yet, but ohwell! This will last more than the winter I do believe. I will post up some pics. later today! You guys will and I stress this wish me luck! LMAO! WT

    Can't get my photobucket to work!!!!!


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    pics pleasewhat year coby????

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbo View Post
    pics pleasewhat year coby????
    78 and it needs work!!!!! Photobucket is pizzing me off will try a little later on pics. WT


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    [IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG] Not the best but they will have to do!


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    Nice start! congrats!

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    bout phucking time is all i gots to say congrats coby! bout time you decided to be fast

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    At least it came with the key! Kidding! it doesn't look an worse than some of the ones I am rebuilding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Widetrack View Post
    [IMG][/IMG][IMG][/IMG] Not the best but they will have to do!
    did it come with a motor or just the red x's

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    Tom, It came with a SBC,350, headers,pump is in it loader,shoe,ride plate no reverse bucket,no cables and this guy ran it some this year! Whew scary!!! Stringers will have to be replaced, floor and a few spots repaired and a complet repaint! It is a JBX but seems to be a good hull! Will not be the same in a few weeks hopefully! This will be a full rerig and all new! Like I said wish me a lot of luck because it is rough! WT

    Oh yea, I came through your neck of the woods yesterday on my way to McAlester!
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    Quote Originally Posted by toddnjuzz View Post
    Nice start! congrats!
    Thanks Todd, I know you work on this type of things all the time! What is the best stripper for paint removal (heavy paint)? WT


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris The Plumber View Post
    At least it came with the key! Kidding! it doesn't look an worse than some of the ones I am rebuilding.
    Chris, the key was the newest thing on it! LMAO! There is a lot of work to do more than I had planned but, the price was right to get started! Gitting hands dirty tonight and hope to have it stripped before retiring for the night! WT


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    Nice. When you need Reg #s and a name, (at this point you may want to name it something flattering to your wife. lol) let me know. I also am able to cut paint mask material. Nice looking project. Good luck.

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    Congratulations! All of the hard work will pay off the first time you get her on plane and get on it. You are gonna love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homez View Post
    not a jet boat guy but the tx seem to be popular- whats the story on 'em? - good luck on the project
    Homez,A TX is a gullwing that performs very well in all conditions kind of like the difference between a Hondo and a Cole TR in V-Drives! Not sure if that is a good comparisom, but they catch air and float over the water better than others! And haul the mail with mild setup and motors.


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