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    Ranger RT 188 w/ Some New Skin

    Added some flavor to the new boat, ready for Kentucky Lake next weekend. First big water test I'll let you guys know how she rolls.

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    Dayum! That looks awesome. I really like the console with the gelcoat too. Nice touch on the Rangers. Where or who made you all those stickers?
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    Sweet...............Jiggy

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    Yep, that's my next one. With the port console, it's an easy sell to my wife. Just love them.
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    Nice! How does it fish in the wind?

    Crappie fish fry. It don't taste any better.

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    I own a graphics business, and I'm chief of design for Fatheadz Eyewear. Perks of the Job and all the sunglasses one man could possibly wear.

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    Been out a few days with winds around 15-20 mph and with the 24 volt trolley it seems to hold its direction well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmyers View Post
    Been out a few days with winds around 15-20 mph and with the 24 volt trolley it seems to hold its direction well.
    24V is the only way to go.
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