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    I was just talking to the guy at Hern Marine and he said that they are 2 hours from any place to test this boat in a lake/river???? Whats the story here guys, anybody know of a place?
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    If they want to sell you the boat, and it is 2 hours, then they need to drive it there. Otherwise, they don't want to sell you the boat.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by erkoehler
      I was just talking to the guy at Hern Marine and he said that they are 2 hours from any place to test this boat in a lake/river???? Whats the story here guys, anybody know of a place?

      Some of the guys on this thread http://www.tmcowners.com/teamtalk/sh...&page=12&pp=10 may be willing to help out..



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      • #4
        2 hours? No way! Ceasers Creek is close by.
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        • #5
          Not only can you go to Ceasers Creek, you could go to Brookville Lake in less than one hour from their Fairfield location and the Miami University ski team uses the Miami river right in Hamiliton which is around 20 minutes away. I do know that one of the son's (Kevin I think) died on that river during a test drive, so maybe they aren't using it as a test site.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by erkoehler
            I was just talking to the guy at Hern Marine and he said that they are 2 hours from any place to test this boat in a lake/river???? Whats the story here guys, anybody know of a place?
            They could take it to Ceasars Creek or Brookville Lake...both over an hour away. I'm sure they would do it if that was the last thing in the way of a sale............ie you put some $$ down or something. Probably just want to discourage joy riders. Who are you talking to there??? Or don't you freakin read what I type here Eric?? Like I said before.......I know just about everyone there.

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            • #7
              The guy is BS ing you.

              There have been posts as to where to take the boat already.

              If the boat is in fairfield, then he is well within 45min to 1HR of being able to put it in the water.

              The guy is blowing you sh*t.
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              • #8
                Do you know exactly how to get there?
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                • #9
                  He said it is about an hour away, so atleast he was honest about that.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Mag_Red
                    They could take it to Ceasars Creek or Brookville Lake...both over an hour away. I'm sure they would do it if that was the last thing in the way of a sale............ie you put some $$ down or something. Probably just want to discourage joy riders. Who are you talking to there??? Or don't you freakin read what I type here Eric?? Like I said before.......I know just about everyone there.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by erkoehler
                      Do you know exactly how to get there?
                      To the marina? Or somewhere to test drive the boat?
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                      • #12
                        I just mapped Caesers Creek from Fairfield, 42 miles - 53 minutes.

                        Mag, would the river be closer? I know the river can be kinda nasty, but it's just for a test drive.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Footin
                          I just mapped Caesers Creek from Fairfield, 42 miles - 53 minutes.

                          Mag, would the river be closer? I know the river can be kinda nasty, but it's just for a test drive.
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                          • #14
                            There are only a couple ramps for smaller boats, both are about 15 minutes east and west of downtown. Maybe Mag knows a better ramp.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Granite_33
                              To the marina? Or somewhere to test drive the boat?

                              Looking to get the boat in the water. Otherwise, I am going to have to tow it all the way back here, water test it, and bring it right back if there is a problem.
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