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For all the USCG crap that we are supposed to have on our boat.

I got
lifejacket per person
airhorn
throw cushion?
Paddle
Flag
Beer
Um im drawing a blank here, what else is there?
 

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For all the USCG crap that we are supposed to have on our boat.

I got
lifejacket per person
airhorn
throw cushion?
Paddle
Flag
Beer
Um im drawing a blank here, what else is there?
Registration
Reg #s
Lifeline Jackets are not USCG approved BTW
 

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For all the USCG crap that we are supposed to have on our boat.

I got
lifejacket per person
airhorn
throw cushion?
Paddle
Flag
Beer
Um im drawing a blank here, what else is there?
Boat :D

In most cases, you don't need a "paddle" but a paddling device...;)
 

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For all the USCG crap that we are supposed to have on our boat.

I got
lifejacket per person
airhorn
throw cushion?
Paddle cause it's a chevy
Flag cause it's chevy
Beer to drink when it breaks down
Um im drawing a blank here, what else is there?
fixxed it for ya bud
 

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Don't know about your area but here we have to have proof of insurance! NO BOTTLES Tom (he,he)! Oh, and a couple of Ziplocks!

Does an electric air horn pass? WT:)devil
 

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So Fords don't need a paddle, that = 20 pack,
Don't need an airhorn, cuz Fords are out front = 6 pack...
I like your style

2 sav you gonna be on the water this week/end let me know ill go out with you got the cruizer as a tow boat:D
 

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Drivers Liscence/proof of ID

Cooler with ice (to keep the beer at a drinkable temperature:|err)
 

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from the Coast Guard website-

16 FEET TO LESS THAN 26 FEET

Personal Flotation Devices: One Type I, II, III, or V Coast Guard-approved
wearable personal flotation device must be carried for each person aboard.
They must be readily accessible and of an appropriate size for the intended
wearer. In addition, the vessel must carry an approved Type IV throwable
device which should be immediately available.

Fire Extinguisher: One Type B-I Coast Guard-approved fire extinguisher must
be carried when no fixed fire extinguishing system is installed in machinery
spaces. Extinguishers are not required for outboard motorboats less than 26
feet in length and of open construction. No portable extinguishers are
required if an approved fixed fire extinguishing system is installed in machinery
spaces.

Backfire Flame Arrestor: A Coast Guard-approved backfire flame arrestor is
required for inboard gasoline motors which are not exposed to the atmosphere
above the level of the gunwale.

Muffling System: An effective muffling system is required for the exhaust of
each internal combustion engine. Unmodified outboards usually meet legal
requirements.
Any motorboat operated on the inland waters of this state, or coastal waters
up to one mile from shore, must be muffled or otherwise prevented from
exceeding the following noise levels when measured by the Stationary Sound
Level Measurement Procedure for Pleasure Motorboats (SAE J2005):
90 dB (A) for engines manufactured before January 1, 1993.
88 dB (A) for engines manufactured on or after January 1, 1993.
All motorboat noises levels must be below 75 dB (A) when measured by the
Shoreline Sound Level Measurement Procedure (SAE J1970).
Authorities generally agree that unbaffled exhaust pipes (stacks) do not meet
any of the above noise level requirements.

plus- current registration, a form of pictured ID
 

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from the Coast Guard website-


Muffling System: An effective muffling system is required for the exhaust of
each internal combustion engine. Unmodified outboards usually meet legal
requirements.
Any motorboat operated on the inland waters of this state, or coastal waters
up to one mile from shore, must be muffled or otherwise prevented from
exceeding the following noise levels when measured by the Stationary Sound
Level Measurement Procedure for Pleasure Motorboats (SAE J2005):
90 dB (A) for engines manufactured before January 1, 1993.
88 dB (A) for engines manufactured on or after January 1, 1993.
All motorboat noises levels must be below 75 dB (A) when measured by the
Shoreline Sound Level Measurement Procedure (SAE J1970).
Authorities generally agree that unbaffled exhaust pipes (stacks) do not meet
any of the above noise level requirements.

plus- current registration, a form of pictured ID
Whoa whoa whoa, lets not get crazy..mufflers are for havasu baller boats! Damn goverment tryin' to keep the little man down!
 

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from the Coast Guard website-

Backfire Flame Arrestor: A Coast Guard-approved backfire flame arrestor is
required for inboard gasoline motors which are not exposed to the atmosphere
above the level of the gunwale.
My Carbs Sit Higher Than the gunwale and are exposed. No arresstors for me! :)sphss
 

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You don't need any of those things 2sav. You'll never put that thing in the water !!! :D :)hand
Oh hi Jeff:)hand How ya been, just a quick question for ya..........

Why do you have a anchor in your avatar

can i borrow it when i go fishin:)grn
 

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ouch....

Hey Steve you gonna be down at Big River on Fathers day? I gotta see this boat in person.

Sorry bro, no can do... Im still workin 7 days a week and got no travel time...... Ill catch you next time.

you all should make another AVI trip.. Ill be there for shure:)devil
 

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I like your style

2 sav you gonna be on the water this week/end let me know ill go out with you got the cruizer as a tow boat:D

Nope:|err been nothin but workin and packing for the move next month..

I finally get my garage back:)devil

Gonna have a house warming party, you should come;)

but Fords have to park down the block:)hand
 
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