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- Drop Out
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Topics I've Started
13 May 2013 - 06:38 AMAnybody know of a company that is currently working on the Clinton River or can recomend another company. thanks
29 April 2013 - 10:48 AMI had both my outdrives stolen during winter lay-up, if anybody seen them, please let me know....
Volvo Penta SX
(gray primer color)
15 January 2013 - 11:59 AMAnbody catch the new show that premiered lastnight @ 9:00 on Discovery?
The series is based on four different Marine Salvage crews out of South Florida.
Thumbs up! another great show about boating! Mondays @ 9:00.
26 November 2012 - 05:52 PMAs they say.....The 2 happiest days in a boaters life are the day they buy their boat and the day they sell it.
Not so true, I sold my boat two weeks ago and been depressed ever since.
24 September 2012 - 11:01 AMSo it looks like I sold my boat again, (not holding my breath) I have a few questions..................
The buyer is from out of state and will be keeping the boat here over the winter.
We agreed on a price pending survey, but have a few things to work out regarding winterization and storage.
I will be pulling the boat out for winterizing and storage as usual, any day now, based on the water level at my well.
Heres the costs:
$500+ to fill up tank for storage
$150 shrink wrap (material only)
$1,100 winterize, oil changes, outdrive service, transport, haul and shore up w/ launch next year.
-no storage fees, it's on my property.
Who should be responsible for paying for this?
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