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Old 04-13-2011, 09:53 PM
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I just hauled to have a new 'ducer installed.

28 Topaz. Not as close up as your photos and added photos of the FCV295. Looks good with the new windows.

I added a couple more of boats in the yard. Pescador is one of the premier West Coast boats. That guy catches a lot of fish on that 44 Pacifica. Even has side scan sonar.
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i dont own the boat but i'm one of the captains, she's seems a lot bigger out of the water!!
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I would amagine she seems pretty big in the water too, atleast to me!
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I would amagine she seems pretty big in the water too, atleast to me!
HAHA 100ft overall, you get used to it, triple Detroit 12-71's, you can muscle it about anywhere you want! as we say, bring it in hot and back her down hard!
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Why in the third picture would someone get under the fork lift to put in a plug? I dont understand putting yourself in that position when you could have done it on blocks. Hydraulics do break. Very nice boat though.
Down here where we have a lot of Dry Storage (I do), everytime the boat goes in they do the plug like that except they keep the boat high enough to stand. Every time it comes out they take out the plug, flush the engines and rinse the hull while on the lift. The boat then goes into the racks, usually on the same day or weekend. It's great! I am sure there have been accidents but not likely from mechanical failure, most likely from operator/communication error.
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It amazes me everyday I see a boat in the slings that this plain looking structure can hold THAT much weight.. crazy..
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