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  • #76
    Just a bit of 17 year old shine!
    Last edited by TMCNo1; 11-02-2006, 01:39 PM.
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    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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    • #77
      Originally posted by TMCNo1
      Just a bit of 17 year old shine!


      I did it!!!!!! I posted a picture!!!!!! It's on now!!!!!!


      Thanks G-man!
      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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      • #78
        Surel looks purdy, Harold!
        Previous: 1993 Prostar 205

        Red 1998 Ski Nautique, PCM GT40, 310 hp, , Acme 4 blade, Perfect Pass SG/Zbox.

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        Be kind. Have fun.

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        • #79
          sure thing, harold's boat is beautiful.
          Harold, what steps do you use?
          1991 PROSTAR 190 Flagship Blue POWERSLOT OJ XMP CNC 13.7x17.5 .110 4B
          A.K.A. One of a kind mistake
          2011 Best In Show- 1987-2000 class

          Trying to keep slalom alive

          Need a new prop to fit your needs? Call Eric from OJ PROPS 800-359-9730

          Originally posted by flipper
          "It's better to keep your mouth shut and let people think you are stupid, than to open it and prove it"?

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          • #80
            Originally posted by DooSPX
            sure thing, harold's boat is beautiful.
            Harold, what steps do you use?

            I always wipe it down at the ramp before going home and again at home with a damp towel. One coat of Meguiers #16 paste wax each winter, deck, sides and bottom, except about every 3 or 4 years wax with Meguiers Cleaner Wax [Clear Coat Safe, Maroon bottle, p/n A-1216], then a coat of #16. It never has been buffed or polished in 17 years. The boat is kept in the basement when not in use.
            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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            • #81
              Originally posted by TMCNo1
              The boat is kept in the basement when not in use.
              How do you get it down the stairs?
              Previous: 1993 Prostar 205

              Red 1998 Ski Nautique, PCM GT40, 310 hp, , Acme 4 blade, Perfect Pass SG/Zbox.

              FAQ


              Be kind. Have fun.

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              • #82
                Originally posted by TMCNo1
                I always wipe it down at the ramp before going home and again at home with a damp towel. One coat of Meguiers #16 paste wax each winter, deck, sides and bottom, except about every 3 or 4 years wax with Meguiers Cleaner Wax [Clear Coat Safe, Maroon bottle, p/n A-1216], then a coat of #16. It never has been buffed or polished in 17 years. The boat is kept in the basement when not in use.

                Who the hell are you kidding? All your people know you keep that damn boat in the living room!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
                http://weathersticker.wunderground.c.../Brunswick.gif

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                • #83
                  im going for it all....
                  here is my new arsenal in boat care... i think the blue baby is going to SHINE!

                  1. 3M Perfect It II #05973 for tough scratches or heavy oxidation
                  2. Meguiars step 1 cleaner
                  3. Meguiars boat/rv high gloss polish
                  4. Meguiars Professional machine mirror glaze
                  5. Meguiars Flagship Premium Marine wax

                  oh and this to apply it all...

                  Ryobi 6" random orbital buffer
                  1991 PROSTAR 190 Flagship Blue POWERSLOT OJ XMP CNC 13.7x17.5 .110 4B
                  A.K.A. One of a kind mistake
                  2011 Best In Show- 1987-2000 class

                  Trying to keep slalom alive

                  Need a new prop to fit your needs? Call Eric from OJ PROPS 800-359-9730

                  Originally posted by flipper
                  "It's better to keep your mouth shut and let people think you are stupid, than to open it and prove it"?

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by east tx skier
                    How do you get it down the stairs?


                    Very carefully!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!And good springs! Bathump, Bathump, Bathump! The trick is getting it on it's side to go thru the front door!

                    I only use the stairs when I forget to open the garage and basement doors!
                    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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                    • #85
                      Originally posted by TMCNo1
                      Just a bit of 17 year old shine!

                      dang! is that prop chrome

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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by skidog
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                        Who the hell are you kidding? All your people know you keep that damn boat in the living room!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

                        We have a split foyer, so same trick to park in the living room as the basement, 8 steps up to livingroom from the front door or 8 steps down to the basement from the front door. I want to keep it in the bedroom, but spouce says, "NO WAY, there is a place for everything, cause we use the boat enough at the lake, I need a change of scenery"! If ya know what I mean!!!!!!!!!!!!
                        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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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by rodltg2
                          dang! is that prop chrome

                          Polished OJ 13X13 4 Blade S/S, installed in 2002 and Mastercraft by Design Polished S/S Rudder installed in 2004. I had my polishing man "touch them up" before installing!
                          I have the original polished then chromed OJ 13X13 3 Blade I ran for 11 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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                          • #88
                            If you haven't seen the rig, boat and tow vehicle, it is truly a sight to behold in person.
                            1993 25th Anniversary Limited ProStar 190, #17

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                            • #89
                              bret, what do you think of my arsenal? about 6 post up
                              1991 PROSTAR 190 Flagship Blue POWERSLOT OJ XMP CNC 13.7x17.5 .110 4B
                              A.K.A. One of a kind mistake
                              2011 Best In Show- 1987-2000 class

                              Trying to keep slalom alive

                              Need a new prop to fit your needs? Call Eric from OJ PROPS 800-359-9730

                              Originally posted by flipper
                              "It's better to keep your mouth shut and let people think you are stupid, than to open it and prove it"?

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                              • #90
                                Originally posted by bret
                                If you haven't seen the rig, boat and tow vehicle, it is truly a sight to behold in person.
                                Thank you very much!
                                It's the love for Mastercraft and the fellowship with our Mastercraft owners that make it all worth while!
                                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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