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    Default Four years and finally named!

    Was a lot harder than we thought as i sitting in the passenger seat while my wife is starting to get the feel for our 78 Kurtis runner it hit us Flatline #291
    Especially enjoying all the information available

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    Nice....welcome to the boards. Naming a boat has to have the right feel as well sound good/right, it can be more difficult than first perceived. That's cool your wife is into driving your flat too and not just tolerating it for you. Good luck with it.

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    My last flat went nameless for a while too. Until one day my dad climbed in it and took off down Bass Lake, he flat footed that peddle and didn't lift, still heard the engine roaring through the pines even when he was out of sight. So, the name "Flat" Foot'n came to be.
    The Bezer? Well, so far the best name that suits it right now would be Anchor Buoy. Because it spends more time tied to the anchor rope than driving.


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    Thanks for the hospitality


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    Looking for someone to help rebuild a set of carbs in Temecula


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    Quote Originally Posted by skinner1 View Post
    Looking for someone to help rebuild a set of carbs in Temecula


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    C&J, John rebuilt my 750's 2 summers ago and it runs fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poncho View Post
    C&J, John rebuilt my 750's 2 summers ago and it runs fantastic.

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    Poncho has ya covered..

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    Thank you for the information
    I'll check it out
    Also I'm new on posting on here.


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