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    Default DCB M35 upside down!

    Here is an ooops for you!
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    I hear everyone is OK though. Heck of a way to end a weekend.

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    I wonder if these are the first 1350's to be drowned.

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    So, what's it cost to insure boats like that?
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    BLOWN GAS FLAT TO THE RAMP

    REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND

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    Quote Originally Posted by "Flat" foot'n View Post
    So, what's it cost to insure boats like that?
    30k a year plus
    Don't sweat the "Petty", Pet the Sweaty!

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    What!!!!!!!!!! Holy shit!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by "Flat" foot'n View Post
    What!!!!!!!!!! Holy shit!!!!!!!
    Yep. One of my material distributors owns a Skater and he said he pays 20K and 1K every weekend he uses it. I told him at that point I wanted a better break on my metal we were buying.
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    Damb did it blow over or what did you see what happened or just happen onto the aftermath?

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    Quote Originally Posted by B-rad View Post
    Damb did it blow over or what did you see what happened or just happen onto the aftermath?
    supposedly it rolled at about 50mph

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    Makes me sick everytime I see that picture... Tony has told me the M35s should be back and ready for DS, in April....

    Only the driver knows what happened....

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