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Old 11-15-2013, 03:50 PM
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nems- you did all that work and moved this boat using your money on a handshake?
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Old 11-15-2013, 04:07 PM
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Originally Posted by Raybo Marine NY View Post
nems- you did all that work and moved this boat using your money on a handshake?
I think he did, but I think he's done like ten deals with same customer before hand….(not sure, and not going to read all the posts again to find out, but I believe that's the deal)
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Old 11-15-2013, 04:14 PM
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I believe he did deals with a "friend" of the guy who stiffed him.
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Old 11-15-2013, 04:56 PM
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I think it was like ten boats with the partner of the owner of this boat.
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Old 11-15-2013, 07:05 PM
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I think this thread is dying..............


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Old 11-15-2013, 07:15 PM
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To bad, I really like these guys. MEMS I mean. He can work for me anytime. I know how he feels, been F'd by folks with enough money to pay a bunch of times. But I still keep trusting. And still keep gittin F'd.
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Old 11-15-2013, 07:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Logmann View Post
Had that same tv I will vouch for over 600 lbs........

Planes,Trains and automobiles. " your going the wrong way..." how does he know which way were going?"
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I also had the same TV. Great picture but when we moved I went to pick it up and said "F*&k It" I'm leaving this here.

I had the same. It nearly broke me on a college move to a second floor I left it there when I moved out. Tv was so heavy, the plastic case would twist when trying to move it. like trying to pick up a 350 chevy in a trash bag
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Old 11-15-2013, 07:33 PM
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Another prior owner of the 32" Sony one-ton. Great tv; didn't last long at the curb for me either.

It took 60 pages, and this thread is moving towards televisions....too bad...haha.
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Old 11-15-2013, 07:36 PM
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Too much talking and not enough pictures in this thread the last few pages.
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Originally Posted by A_Frayed_Knot View Post
How did you figure that?
Sarcasm can be sub'd for real intellect.
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Originally Posted by jebsurf View Post
Too much talking and not enough pictures in this thread the last few pages.

Here's a picture for ya.

The backbreaker!

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Originally Posted by signmansez View Post
Here's a picture for ya.

The backbreaker!





So Funny! I had a 32" Sony that I didn't want to move so I gave it to my FIL. Told him to bring two people as it takes three to move the thing. He came while I was at work with one scronny kid. They dropped it on my front steps and took out to pieces of mahogany. Dumbass...
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Damn...from the novelty of a 64' Viking with outboards to a monster old-tech TV. This is about the worst de-rail I've seen in a while.
Guess this thread has run its course and should be allowed to die peacefully.
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Old 11-16-2013, 08:00 AM
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Originally Posted by jebsurf View Post
Too much talking and not enough pictures in this thread the last few pages.

I had a 37" sony upstairs, when it went out bought a flat screen and of course my wife and I couldnt get that old sony downstairs. It sat up there for 5 years tucked away in the corner of the storage closet until I was putting new floors down. I ended up taking it apart and sliding the majority of down the stairs on a piece of heavy cardboard. It was a narrow staircase Im still trying to figure out how I got it up there in the first place


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Originally Posted by Oh Reely! View Post
If u look at the water line the boat appears to have been sitting in the water for a while but the outboard brackets and motors don't have any wear on them. I'm guessing was put on the cheaply move the boat to another yard or owner
Dang man do you ever just stare at the glory that is 4/300? Sorry off topic..
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Old 11-16-2013, 08:57 PM
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C'mon, what are we, a couple of hundred views from an even 200,000!? Let's keep it going.

Are those unpaid invoices floating around the boat?


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Thats a lot of pads to absord diesel, yet there wasnt that much diesel on board....The marina STANK of diesel....
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Originally Posted by NutsForBoats View Post
Thats a lot of pads to absord diesel, yet there wasnt that much diesel on board....The marina STANK of diesel....
What are you getting at?
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Originally Posted by 81Malibu View Post
What are you getting at?

I'm sure it's this:
A diesel boat sinks...you see oil-sorb pads and two spill containment booms...must be a diesel spill!
It really doesn't take much to make a mess...a 100 gallon spill will f*ck a marina up. I have no doubt that what he's saying is true. If it wasn't so, the USCG would not have gotten involved.
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Originally Posted by NutsForBoats View Post
Thats a lot of pads to absord diesel, yet there wasnt that much diesel on board....The marina STANK of diesel....

Its amazing that thoose pads can absorb 4000 gals of fuel
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