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WANT to hear more Ed Stone!
|Author||Topic: WANT to hear more Ed Stone!|
posted 10-31-2000 07:46 AM ET (US)
Mr. Stone --- the "blood letting" is hopefully over in this Forum so come on out with more of the "beans" --- Your new Outrage sounds grand --- I want to hear more about her --- pretty please --- Tom
posted 11-05-2000 11:27 AM ET (US)
We have been extremly busy at work.I haven't
had time to do much boating.I took the boat
back to the dealer to work out a few small
problems.Scratchs on the motor cowlings,
some screws missing in the stern seat,
one motor would stall because the squeeze
ball would not stay primed,paint missing
from the dash,small chip in the gelcoat,
digital gas gauge not correct,screw missing
from the rub rail,misaligned piece of plastic
starboard.They have ordered all the parts
and I should get the boat back the week of
Nov.6. I had custom two color numbers cut
to match the boat stripping.I kept the dash
at home and cut flush mount holes for stereo,
VHF,garmin chartplotter/sounder.I bought a
splitter for the VHF antenna to accomodate
the stereo.I bought the ss.rachet mount for
the antenna.I'm not sure whether to thru bolt
the mount or screw into the rectangular
tubing on top of the T-top.I'll get another
rachet mount for the external GPS antenna.
There is a nylon cord going up thru the T-top
already to pull antenna wires.
There is also a nylon cord going back to the
transom that I will pull the transducer cable
with.There is a existing hole thru the
transom for the smartcraft gauges.I may use
the same hole,except the transducer cable has
a end on it.
As of now the motors have 9.5 hours on them.
Most of the time in the intercoastal.
According to the speedo I was breaking the
speed limit at 43mph at 4500 rpm.
Thanks for all the comments,
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