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jdb11386 12-06-2012 3:55 PM

The Correct Way to launch a boat
 
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Mjlee1985 12-06-2012 4:06 PM

Wow... That's freakin awesome!

bryce2320 12-06-2012 4:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Mjlee1985 (Post 1797482)
Wow... That's freakin awesome!

X2!!!

boardman74 12-06-2012 4:59 PM

Thats pretty cool!!

westsidarider 12-06-2012 8:27 PM

Link? Video doesn't show up in the tap talk app

srock 12-10-2012 7:08 AM

It looks like it gave birth

norcalrider 12-10-2012 4:04 PM

A boaterhome...

http://www.caricle.com/for-sale/1987...okoddoknk.html

nitrousbird 12-12-2012 3:11 PM

Talk about overloading that Jeep.

cadunkle 12-14-2012 3:53 AM

I'd hate to be dunking those rear axles all the time. Guy must go through a crapload a gear oil... and pull axle shafts all the time.

trentj6930 12-14-2012 12:21 PM

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Originally Posted by cadunkle (Post 1798378)
I'd hate to be dunking those rear axles all the time. Guy must go through a crapload a gear oil... and pull axle shafts all the time.

I have been launching on our local lake for 7 years with the same tow vehicle for seven years. And we trailer in and out each time. Never had an issue and my rear axle is under water every time.


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