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  • Just some bling,
    Last edited by TMCNo1; 09-18-2007, 11:37 AM.
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    Quote: 2RLAKE,
    At some point in time people need to wake up, remove their cranial intrusion into their own rectal areas, and take responsibility for their own actions.




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    • Harold, you should try using your boat, you might enjoy it even more.
      ITCHIN' TO SKI, LET'S GO!!
      Former Boat: 1985 MasterCraft Skier, Stars and Stripes
      351W with PowerSlot and Perfect Pass
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      • Ready to go play this morning at 6:15 am,
        Last edited by TMCNo1; 09-18-2007, 11:37 AM.
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        Quote: 2RLAKE,
        At some point in time people need to wake up, remove their cranial intrusion into their own rectal areas, and take responsibility for their own actions.




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        • Overcast and rainy yesterday and this morning......cleaned and waxed boat yesterday. Here's a shot from the garage this morning with the Grand Prix parked next to it.....

          Gotta like how black cleans up....
          Attached Files
          Everyone Dies, but not everyone lives

          2004 Prostar 197, ACME 843

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          • Originally posted by TMCNo1
            Just a little shine,
            Always humbling posting near Harold......look at the shine on the bottom of his boat.....looks like lots of time on a creeper with a buffer.
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            Everyone Dies, but not everyone lives

            2004 Prostar 197, ACME 843

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            • not as good as harolds......looks like I need to spray the driveway
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              • Originally posted by TMCNo1
                Just some bling,
                Harold, what do you use to polish your stainless steel and chrome? I need some stuff for my boat.
                / \

                Former boats:
                2003 Prostar 197 35th Anniversary
                1990 Prostar 190

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                • Originally posted by JEREMY79
                  not as good as harolds......looks like I need to spray the driveway
                  It looks like the graphics are under the gel-coat....is that the case?
                  Everyone Dies, but not everyone lives

                  2004 Prostar 197, ACME 843

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                  • Originally posted by JohnnyB
                    It looks like the graphics are under the gel-coat....is that the case?
                    Thats correct
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                    • Originally posted by JohnnyB
                      Always humbling posting near Harold......look at the shine on the bottom of his boat.....looks like lots of time on a creeper with a buffer.
                      Just a good wax job over the winter for 18 years!
                      Charter Member Number 1

                      Quote: 2RLAKE,
                      At some point in time people need to wake up, remove their cranial intrusion into their own rectal areas, and take responsibility for their own actions.




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                      • Originally posted by shepherd
                        Harold, what do you use to polish your stainless steel and chrome? I need some stuff for my boat.
                        The S/S prop (same as your '03) came from OJ already polished and I had my polishing man ( Avery Moore, "Moe" of Specialty Polishing) fine tune the polish before installing and the rudder came from MasterCraft by Design already polished (same as your '03) but Moe fine tuned the polish on it too. Lowes HIW carries in their tool department a S/S rouge you can use with a buffer to clean the polish up on S/S for the DIY'er.
                        Charter Member Number 1

                        Quote: 2RLAKE,
                        At some point in time people need to wake up, remove their cranial intrusion into their own rectal areas, and take responsibility for their own actions.




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                        • Originally posted by H20skeefreek
                          Harold, you should try using your boat, you might enjoy it even more.
                          It was in the water @ CSM for 30 hours straight and yesterday for the 5th time this year!
                          Just think, 5 more trips to the lake and I will qualify to be a Floridian!
                          Last edited by TMCNo1; 09-18-2007, 11:37 AM.
                          Charter Member Number 1

                          Quote: 2RLAKE,
                          At some point in time people need to wake up, remove their cranial intrusion into their own rectal areas, and take responsibility for their own actions.




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                          • Used the Meguiar's Boat & RC restoration kit this weekend!!
                            AFTER:
                            Attached Files

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                            • p.s. bought the rotary buffer from Harbor Freight for $40
                              BEFORE:
                              Attached Files

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                              • Great job Beatle. It's amazing what the right tools and materials, and a little elbow grease, can accomplish. Congrats.
                                / \

                                Former boats:
                                2003 Prostar 197 35th Anniversary
                                1990 Prostar 190

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