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Wow, thats terrible
 

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What a horrible job. It looks like they used drywall screws. You'd think they'd at least use stainless steel if they're going to be in the water. :)sphss;):D
 

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Sad and Fun Story!

My father in-law tells me a story of a friend of his that purchase a jet boat when they were kids, that had a new interior.. Well first time his friend went to launch it, it won't come off trailer... :)st
 

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WE installed extra batteries in a boat about 10 years ago. Lagged the boxes into the trailer bunks. Couldn't understand why the boat didn't want to come off the trailer:)sphss
 

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What a horrible job. It looks like they used drywall screws. You'd think they'd at least use stainless steel if they're going to be in the water. :)sphss;):D
Five bucks say's its a CHEETAH:D:(:(:)hand
 

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My father in-law tells me a story of a friend of his that purchase a jet boat when they were kids, that had a new interior.. Well first time his friend went to launch it, it won't come off trailer... :)st
I believe that BoatFloatin had that same problem after he installed the new batteries in his old deck boat. ;) :D
 

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Where did that picture come from? Is it someones boat here on the forum? If so, I guess they better have thick skin as there buddies are going to have a field day with that one...:D
 

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Last year my buddy had a new interior put into his Eliminator pickle fork whacker. They screwed it directly to the bunks. :|err:|err:|err I guess that happens more often than you think.
 

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OUCH! I've done some dumb shit, but I'm not sure if I can beat that one.


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