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Old    HD (hdrew)      Join Date: Sep 2004       05-11-2005, 6:07 PM Reply   
Made the leap and dumping my I/O and getting a sweet new ride. WhoooHooo!!
I have been around outboards and I/Os all my life, but have no experience(other than a test drive) with an inboard.
So any advice, helpful hints etc. would be most appreciated. Things like loading, unloading, docking, etc.
Thanks, HD
Old    riomouse911            05-29-2005, 5:51 AM Reply   
With a tournament boat there is no trim to set so watch wakes and rollers, they beat you up when it's rough. And remember the most expensive thing you can do is forget you can't raise the outdrive in the shallows anymore.. rocks eat 400 dollar props and rudders up.. Congrats, you bought a good boat that will throw a good wake and last a long time with decent care, have fun!

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