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    Default taylor jets???

    anyone have any info on these, good bad ????
    get blown or get blown away
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    Quote Originally Posted by hydroman916 View Post
    anyone have any info on these, good bad ????
    SJ Taylor's are sharp boats.
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    how do they handle horse power and are they fast hulls
    get blown or get blown away
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    From what I've seen of the California Taylor, great lake boats. Handle pretty great. However, they are heavy!!
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    http://thetaylorboatsroost52059.yuku.com/topic/1943

    miscellanious info on these boats, sorry that it doesn't answer your questions....

    Cool twin Turbo Taylor from England




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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekcrafter View Post
    SJ Taylor's are sharp boats.
    that's not a sj its a california taylor, ervin capps and oscar taylor built the sj's in cushing okla. here's my ole sj, the 1st jet i restored



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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekcrafter View Post
    SJ Taylor's are sharp boats.
    I belive that this boat is a 20' BR Taylor good for about 75 MPH safely! Good built boats solid and as Stretch said a little heavy!
    Good family boat with room!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Widetrack View Post
    I belive that this boat is a 20' BR Taylor good for about 75 MPH safely! Good built boats solid and as Stretch said a little heavy!
    Good family boat with room!
    its not a br can't remember what they're called, but they're not the same taylor brand as you're thinking coby, the 1 he's looking at is a california taylor, made in cali 2 totally different taylor brands, totally different hulls too.

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    my ole sj.ive always been fond of it for some reason.california talyors are totally different animals
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    I stand corrected! WT


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    Quote Originally Posted by Widetrack View Post
    I stand corrected! WT
    i still can't believe travis pimps a boat built in oklahoma, must kill his ass everytime he sits in it

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    dickhead i was born in OKCstill love going there and i married a okie women this go around,much betterbut ill take my mountains any day.


    i have a boat built in okie,Tennessee and Arkansas.but only 1 of them runsdont you think my sj will look sweet with the swin step

    im also looking forward to the aluminum headed mill going into it this winterstill be a turd
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    Quote Originally Posted by IMPATIENT 1 View Post
    that's not a sj its a california taylor, ervin capps and oscar taylor built the sj's in cushing okla. here's my ole sj, the 1st jet i restored


    I love the paint scheme on this boat. What color blue did you use? Have any more pictures of it? Base / Clear?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rick90lx View Post
    I love the paint scheme on this boat. What color blue did you use? Have any more pictures of it? Base / Clear?
    2003 general motors arrival blue is the color, its my favorite color too i laid out the flames by hand , its base/clear.

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