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Old 30 March 2006, 04:08   #431
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here is my boat being riggd up and is about ready to ship. It's a 2005 6.5M ballistic being sold in the US as a Mako. It will be powered by twin 90's. It should make a great puget sound dive boat.
Don't you gonna have problems with the partitioning of weight on the trailer shaft when the twin are mounted?
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Old 30 March 2006, 11:48   #432
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Don't you gonna have problems with the partitioning of weight on the trailer shaft when the twin are mounted?
Barfly. Youve lost me weight on the trailer shaft???? Sorry if I sound too ignorant Im pretty new to this. I plan on putting it on a bunk trailer and with the bunks sticking out past the transom 1-2 and a large cargo box on the front of the trailer I should have plenty of hitch weight. If Im missing something please give me a swift kick and tell me what.The trailer its setting on isnt the one it will end up on. The one I have purchased is quit a bit longer.
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Old 30 March 2006, 11:55   #433
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not a rib i know, but it is my new boat,
and must add that from placing the order, 16 days later, and she was fitted out ,all done and ready, for sea trial and collection,, why wasnt i treated like this by boat and jet ski world,,
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Old 30 March 2006, 12:09   #434
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Barfly. Youve lost me weight on the trailer shaft???? Sorry if I sound too ignorant Im pretty new to this. I plan on putting it on a bunk trailer and with the bunks sticking out past the transom 1-2 and a large cargo box on the front of the trailer I should have plenty of hitch weight. If Im missing something please give me a swift kick and tell me what.The trailer its setting on isnt the one it will end up on. The one I have purchased is quit a bit longer.
ah ok, sorry if my english isn't that good... another trailer will be better like you said with plenty of hitch weight
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Old 30 March 2006, 13:20   #435
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No worries Barfly your english was just fine we where just using different terms for the same thing.
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Nugent nice boat!! It will be a heck of a lot more comfortable in the rain then mine.
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Old 30 March 2006, 14:36   #437
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not a rib i know, but it is my new boat,
and must add that from placing the order, 16 days later, and she was fitted out ,all done and ready, for sea trial and collection,, why wasnt i treated like this by boat and jet ski world,,
Maybe that's why Boats and Jetski went bust. . It looks like the Offshore went in on too hot a cycle Nuge, it's shrunk!!
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Maybe that's why Boats and Jetski went bust. . It looks like the Offshore went in on too hot a cycle Nuge, it's shrunk!!
off shore still under construction joint partner ship never works to well
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here is my boat being riggd up and is about ready to ship. It's a 2005 6.5M ballistic being sold in the US as a Mako. It will be powered by twin 90's. It should make a great puget sound dive boat.

Those ballistic hulls are very fast and handle well - you should have some fun with that!!!
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Hey thanks Codprawn I"M really looking forward to getting it on the water.
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