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|12-03-2009 09:51 AM|
|timebandit||Same method for removing rust, barking dogs, wives(husbands), etc.|
|12-02-2009 08:42 PM|
You have just put into words what I have been saying all the time....blow the sucker up and start over...now if only would have found a PB transome to hang it on.....
|12-02-2009 07:22 PM|
|scottyt||next time you wont leave the engine on the stern rail. you need to light the fuse with the motor on the dingy and push it away from the mother ship|
|12-02-2009 04:01 PM|
|12-02-2009 03:45 PM|
That's funny! I didn't think of it. We need to work together on these projects.
|12-02-2009 02:29 PM|
|tweitz||Great how-to. I am surprised you didn't order the "repair" kit from Acme, the supplier used by Wily Coyote.|
|12-02-2009 12:37 PM|
|LarryandSusanMacDonald||You may think it amusing, but I have no eyebrows left and my beard is sort of patchy. And smells funny.|
|12-02-2009 12:28 PM|
|bluwateronly||Good one, thanks for the laugh|
|12-02-2009 12:11 PM|
Permanent Dinghy Engine Repair Solution
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