2004lebanshee

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About 2004lebanshee

  • Birthday 01/15/1982

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  1. One flat or blow out with a single and that boat would be scary.
  2. Tandem and surge with disk brakes. Steel trailer is fine unless your close on weight with your tow rig and want to cut a few lbs.
  3. Really nice. Lotta truck for that boat. Tell her you like new boats and see if lighting strikes 2x.
  4. I bet he will be alright
  5. Im willing to bet most boaters and people are unaware this can even happen.
  6. That thing is pricey for a piece of plastic. I overtightened mine and cracked it. Pretty crappy piece of engineering.
  7. http://wkbn.com/2017/06/17/19-year-old-dies-from-electrical-current-in-water-at-put-in-bay/
  8. Thanks for all the help. Ill have to try that part number. I keep buying the exact looking 2 tab washer with discriptions stating its for alpha two on ebay and they keep comming to my house with the hole too small to fit the prop shaft.
  9. I have a alpha gen 2 and i am running an enertia prop with merc hub kit. It is the lock washer with the two tabs on it not the 5 sided one. I have bought 2 now online and neither has a hole big enough to slip over the prop shaft. There all too small. Cant seem to figure out whats wrong.
  10. One oar for a 21 foot boat. Love to see someone try to pull that off.
  11. Nada -35k. If its now at zero thats tricky. I guess its worth part out value.
  12. Put a high five on and you will find yourself putting the whole trailer in the water to launch.
  13. Ive been out 7 miles perch fishing and had a 20 foot pontoon next to me. Sooo anything is possible on the right day. Bigger allows you to have more days that are boatable.
  14. Thank you so much. 

  15. 15 miles then 25+. I use a 21 foot 7-8 miles for fishing. Grew up on a 18.5 on erie. The question is can you go somewhere else if its windy and nice. If you do you can get a smaller boat. If you dock on erie and thats the only lake you hit. Bigger is better.