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Old 20 January 2006, 18:13   #11
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hahaha Keyword: Florida bringing ur searider there?
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Old 20 January 2006, 20:32   #12
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hahaha Keyword: Florida bringing ur searider there?
You betcha. Can't wait.

Then straight back home and ashore till spring.
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Old 20 January 2006, 21:25   #13
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Congratulations - She looks a completely different machine in black than my blue and white one.



Personally I like my windshield - but I would get out there and get some hours under your belt before you worry about it too much.

Your seat looks fine to me cant be any different than getting on the single Jockey seat that I have where the seat is actually part of the console.



Good luck with her anyway - one thing is for sure the boat will inspire confidence in you every time you take her out. I have had my boat out in some fairly rough stuff and every time I was sure she could handle more if needed.
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Old 21 January 2006, 00:30   #14
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heh dctucker..have fun in Florida,
Roycruse the pics look great, I hope she rides as well as you say she does And i definetly see what your talking about with the Seat..pretty much same setup except a small gap in between the seat and console for me. The hydraulic steering makes the wheel pop out alot more so thast why the guy said it was so close.
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