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Old 18 May 2016, 13:23   #11
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No such problems with a Searrider, self bailing decks Plus, it would be almost impossible to ship water over those tubes, unless you were backing down in heavy seas. Even so, the motor would remain dry.

I just want my baby to go to a good home. Not many people in Houston are familiar with or appreciate RIBs.
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Old 18 May 2016, 15:30   #12
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No such problems with a Searrider, self bailing decks Plus, it would be almost impossible to ship water over those tubes, unless you were backing down in heavy seas. Even so, the motor would remain dry.

I just want my baby to go to a good home. Not many people in Houston are familiar with or appreciate RIBs.

The previous owner plugged the self bailing deck drains on my boat...which led to the problem I described. Maybe my previous owner wasn't familiar with RIBS.
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