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Re: mud motor noise question

Postby FFT » Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:48 am

tmclaimerFL wrote:
FFT wrote:
jakefromflorida wrote:
FFT wrote:Yes, thing change a bit up north. And for the record, the only insult was cast toward the expert who seems familiar with my lack of a beastly mud rig.

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Lol, I didn't take it to heart. Beastly or not I enjoy my rig. Now if I could just say the same about my shooting skills lol

A little off topic, but the last time i was visiting my sis in tampa i swore i saw a co

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What's a co?

Dumb smartphone buttons are too small! I wasnt done writing.

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Re: mud motor noise question

Postby jakefromflorida » Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:49 am

tmclaimerFL wrote:
FFT wrote:
jakefromflorida wrote:
FFT wrote:Yes, thing change a bit up north. And for the record, the only insult was cast toward the expert who seems familiar with my lack of a beastly mud rig.

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Lol, I didn't take it to heart. Beastly or not I enjoy my rig. Now if I could just say the same about my shooting skills lol

A little off topic, but the last time i was visiting my sis in tampa i swore i saw a co

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What's a co?

Tm, for whatever reason his post gets cutt off when you qoute it. Read the original post.


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Re: mud motor noise question

Postby jakefromflorida » Mon Sep 30, 2013 7:53 am

FFT wrote:
jakefromflorida wrote:
FFT wrote:Yes, thing change a bit up north. And for the record, the only insult was cast toward the expert who seems familiar with my lack of a beastly mud rig.

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Lol, I didn't take it to heart. Beastly or not I enjoy my rig. Now if I could just say the same about my shooting skills lol

A little off topic, but the last time i was visiting my sis in tampa i swore i saw a couple hundred cans in the bay and a pile of bills on the road to orlando. Are you guys seeing big numbers of ducks like that?

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I personally never have, at best bunch of blues. I can't speak much for Tampa though. And Orlando you may have seen bunch of ringers. When I head to bass pro on a rare occasion, I see ringnecks wad up in the washoffs or whatever they're called by the interstate.
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t_baker wrote:Nice work Jakefromstatefarm.

Crap. On. A. Cracker!! :lol3: :lol3: :lol3: :lol3: :lol3: LMAO!!!
"She sounds hideous!" :lol3: :lol3: :lol3: :lol3: :lol3: :lol3:
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Re: mud motor noise question

Postby tmclaimerFL » Mon Sep 30, 2013 11:26 am

FFT wrote:
jakefromflorida wrote:
FFT wrote:Yes, thing change a bit up north. And for the record, the only insult was cast toward the expert who seems familiar with my lack of a beastly mud rig.

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Lol, I didn't take it to heart. Beastly or not I enjoy my rig. Now if I could just say the same about my shooting skills lol

A little off topic, but the last time i was visiting my sis in tampa i swore i saw a couple hundred cans in the bay and a pile of bills on the road to orlando. Are you guys seeing big numbers of ducks like that?

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Never seen cans in the bay. Redheads and BB mostly
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Re: mud motor noise question

Postby ctdeathfrombelow » Mon Sep 30, 2013 4:35 pm

FFT wrote:
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FFT wrote:I dont really consider mud boats a relaxing experience. They are less reliable than outboards and take you into areas you would normally not travel. I have had some nerve wracking experiences in remote areas and have often considered if a rescue helicopter would allow me get in with my gun, dog, and birds.

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I'm willing to bet you don't have a MM. Speaking in terms of reliability, the MM wins. Air cooled vs water cooled, how many times have people sucked something up their outboard and ruined their day? If I hit something with the prop on a MM I don't have to worry about a sheer pin. If they weren't "reliable" I wouldn't have one......

Willing to bet? Get over yourself. Lemme guess, you have some half ass pos you hammered together with a habor freight motor?

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A search of my posts in the classifieds would show you I don't have a harbor freight kit, but kudos to you for you're insult. My long tail is a Go Devil, and the other boat has 2 ProDrives on it. Do they have harbor freight motors on them?
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