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Old 01 November 2014, 18:04   #1
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Hi I have just bought an Aquaquad ute with a tohatso 70hp outboard , I was hoping to

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Old 03 November 2014, 13:59   #2
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Probably too much like a Jet Ski so not likely to get too many responses.

But a bit of info below

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Looks like fun to me anyway, Good luck
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Hi I have just bought an Aquaquad ute with a tohatso 70hp outboard




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Is there a problem with this boat ??? I lot of negative comments !!! Can someone please enlighten me , Thanks
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Normal day in the office. Most things if not one of the chosen few, gets slagged off in here.
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Hi , I just was asking for some constructive answers , my condolences and whoops aren't helpful , thanks Birtony and rok at least you were helpful and I am obliged to both . I hope that someone on this site will be helpful to !!! Thank You
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Normal day in the office. Most things if not one of the chosen few, gets slagged off in here.
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Hi , I just was asking for some constructive answers , my condolences and whoops aren't helpful , thanks Birtony and rok at least you were helpful and I am obliged to both . I hope that someone on this site will be helpful to !!! Thank You
Some Members / Supporters have to feel superior to you because they have very shallow lifes, you will have noticed that once one makes a totally useless comment then another soon follows, sadly it happens all too often on this forum

Sorry I could not be more helpfull re your Aquaquad just be thankful that you did not ask about a Brig, Bill Higham Marine etc, etc, etc....... they take great pleasure and have a 'pack mentality' if you do not fit into their little boxes or dare to be a little different to the norm.

Having said all that there are some very helpfull people on here who do not feel the need to belittle you or your purchase whatever that is, it just takes a while to suss them out, and will if possible offer advice / opinions good or bad.

Again Good luck with the Aquaquad it looks good fun to me anyway
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