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  1. I agree with KK. That's how I broke in all of my...

    I agree with KK. That's how I broke in all of my SHO's.
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    Agree 100% on going with the 175 if you go with...

    Agree 100% on going with the 175 if you go with the Sabre.
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    If you can make it fit in your garage, always get...

    If you can make it fit in your garage, always get the bigger boat IMO. I was short on space in the garage and we just don't fish much anymore, so we wanted a smaller rig that would fit in the garage....
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    Until I bought my Sabre FTD in 16', I had only...

    Until I bought my Sabre FTD in 16', I had only owned 19'-21' boats for the 15 years before that, and the size of the boat worried me but I can say it has been a pleasant surprise. My wife always...
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    It wouldn't do enough to warrant a change IMO. A...

    It wouldn't do enough to warrant a change IMO. A 15in plate is the optimal size for a 202.

    I'd throw the Fury in the garbage. Its not a good prop for a Blazer, especially an older lighter 202...
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    HD Synthetic

    HD Synthetic
  7. Thread: Equipment

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    Your local equipment shop, club builder, or golf...

    Your local equipment shop, club builder, or golf pro should have a loft & lie machine and swing weight scale to check them.
  8. Thread: Equipment

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    Equipment

    Just a piece of advice for everyone...

    When you buy a new set of irons, even if you are fitting for them, have the lofts, lies, and swing weights checked before you take them home. The club...
  9. Thread: Blades

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    Yeah, I really don't believe that the clubhead...

    Yeah, I really don't believe that the clubhead makes that much difference. A bad strike is a bad strike and no club will complete erase strike. You give up distance with blades due the face not...
  10. Thread: Blades

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    Blades

    So, I wanted to do a little iron testing, so I had my Cobra rep send me a set of MB/CB irons. I haven't played blades in a long time so I wanted to give it a try. After a couple of practice sessions...
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    I'd go with a 26, that way you can have it worked...

    I'd go with a 26, that way you can have it worked either up or down in pitch if needed and be ok.
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    A properly set up 625 will like the prop shaft...

    A properly set up 625 will like the prop shaft height between 1.5-.5in below the pad and with the boat running pretty neutral trim levels, all depending on load, when at WOT.

    One of the biggest...
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    I'd look for a Sporty with a 1.62 gear if you can...

    I'd look for a Sporty with a 1.62 gear if you can find one. That will help with prop selection as well.
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    Yeah, I don't think many 625/300XS combos were...

    Yeah, I don't think many 625/300XS combos were sold. Keith's last demo was a 625/300XS but it wasn't set up to run. I'd honestly think the Torquemaster lower will limit you and be kinda dangerous...
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    Try using a hybrid. :wink:

    Try using a hybrid. :wink:
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    Sticky: My 2015 Street Glide 364438

    My 2015 Street Glide

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    I can tell you that my 625/SHO combo and one...

    I can tell you that my 625/SHO combo and one other using my set up would run 82-84 loaded to fish. Most won't see that though.
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    Honestly, its a loaded question. Differences in...

    Honestly, its a loaded question. Differences in load, motor HP, the hull, and driver ability can change prop selection and prop shaft height.
  19. Thread: The Mrs.

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    My wife struggled on finding a bike to fit her...

    My wife struggled on finding a bike to fit her due to being 5ft tall. She rides a Softail Slim that was lowered 1/2in and its perfect for her.
  20. Thread: The Mrs.

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    Congrats! My wife rides her own bike and could...

    Congrats! My wife rides her own bike and could never go back.
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    Congrats!

    Congrats!
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    I think it happens to a lot of us. I gave up...

    I think it happens to a lot of us. I gave up playing for 10 years, even though I was still teaching golf, and fishing was my main hobby. I started back to playing in 2010 and now I play golf a lot...
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    Its certainly doable with the right set up and...

    Its certainly doable with the right set up and driver.
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    A flashed SHO on a 625 would be in the 87-88 mph...

    A flashed SHO on a 625 would be in the 87-88 mph range.
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    IF you strictly want a fast fishing prop with...

    IF you strictly want a fast fishing prop with killer holeshot, then a worked Bravo 1 with dual PVS holes is hard to beat. I'd try to find one that is 25 pitch to try.
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