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mjd65 posted 06-30-2001 12:26 AM ET (US)   Profile for mjd65   Send Email to mjd65  
WWhen you get that rage with the 175 I would llove a ride!

II see other posts saying about worst case scenerio I have had mine in 6' footers filled it with water drove out the other side.

I can pull my plugs and it wont sink the hulls only problem is it is hard to pull the plugs when they screw in from the outside

I would put it up to any Whaler that was made in the early to late eighty whalers with the unwelded rails.

I may have a jet boat but I do believe it is better than allot of boats!

Mid eighty pieces of crap not a real whalers.

I get tired of the idea of classic whalers because any whaler that was built after the original whalers (company sold) is not the same even if they look alike. I will put my jet against any boat in its size rage (pun on words) it will kick ASS other than top speed it will go when the rest wont so quit on the grief and get off the high horse and step on a whaler they are the best boat on the water and if you donít believe that buy a Sea Ray or maybe even a Bay liner.

Just the Lake Breeze Rage opinion.

It may be a jet but it is still a whaler.


Whaler Attitude!

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