wondering why not making WOT rpms anymore....

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    they couldn't figure it out....

  • #2
    Meh. Just a slight disruption.

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    • #3
      Is the rudder problem new?
      Heck, with all the blade parts missing you’d almost think it would be over revving.
      What kind of boat is that? Looks to me to be wood???
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      • #4
        Originally posted by Tiretyme View Post
        Is the rudder problem new?
        Heck, with all the blade parts missing you’d almost think it would be over revving.
        What kind of boat is that? Looks to me to be wood???
        Steel.

        T.O.T needs that material to "drive around" the islands, so he can "read the bottom".

        Actually, T.O.T has himself a very nice armada of classics. And the bastid sails pretty good also.
        I rue the day when he and Kiwi Mike fish together, there will be no fish for the rest of us.

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        • #5
          It is about a 120' commercial steel ferry converted to use as a dive boat based someplace in the Bahamas. "Somebody" drove it to Fort Lauderdale, its hauled out at LMC. The Port side is equally impressive. The bow and most of the keel are stove in from contact with something hard, like a reef or an island.

          I thought it was quite amazing that it came on its own bottom.

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