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Post by Bugpac » 08 Feb 2011, 21:04

here she is, just bought it, probably have to sell the 25, and find me a 15 to pass off as a 9.9. lots of mods to come in the next few weeks. she is a 15/44.
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Post by Troutman3000 » 09 Feb 2011, 10:23

Interested to see how this turns out.......

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Post by Captain Ahab » 09 Feb 2011, 11:00

Go get em man! Looks like a killer rig is about to be born
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Post by Bugpac » 09 Feb 2011, 12:22

Its not what i want, but i stole it. :mrgreen:

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Post by nathanielrthomas » 09 Feb 2011, 12:26

Dangit bugpac, I had a 15hp tohatsu that you shoulda bought!!! It passed as a 9.9 right down to the serial numbers and it ran like a champ...

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Post by Brine » 09 Feb 2011, 13:25

Congrats on the new rig =D>

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Post by Bugpac » 09 Feb 2011, 13:46

Ya i should have bought it for sure. I may sell this rig as is and go buy me a new one.. time will tell.

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Post by Bugpac » 09 Feb 2011, 15:58

Boat is actually a monarc 15/42

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Post by Bugpac » 12 Feb 2011, 18:50

Got some time today to strip it down, I'm not doing to extensive of a rebuild. Just gonna do a few things to make it Bugpac friendly.
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Post by Bugpac » 12 Feb 2011, 18:52

I am thinking I will mod the front compartment and hatches and build a inboard tackle box to house the plano trays, I think when finished it will hold around 20-25 trays.
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Post by Bugpac » 16 Feb 2011, 21:48

I have decided to pass the 25 off as a 9.9, at least till I get caught. :) I am gonna camo it, for looks, and add some "9.9 Turbo" stickers to the side. lol It is extremely small frame for a 25.

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Post by Troutman3000 » 17 Feb 2011, 09:15

Bugpac wrote:I have decided to pass the 25 off as a 9.9, at least till I get caught. :) I am gonna camo it, for looks, and add some "9.9 Turbo" stickers to the side. lol It is extremely small frame for a 25.

Good Luck - Just dont be blowing past anyone with it!

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Post by Bugpac » 17 Feb 2011, 10:07

Troutman3000 wrote:
Bugpac wrote:I have decided to pass the 25 off as a 9.9, at least till I get caught. :) I am gonna camo it, for looks, and add some "9.9 Turbo" stickers to the side. lol It is extremely small frame for a 25.

Good Luck - Just dont be blowing past anyone with it!
Ya that's what my buddy Frank said, I am building just to run at Yargo, Probably all ill have time for this summer. Knowing the chief ranger helps, as does volunteer work days, I should be all right.

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Post by Brine » 17 Feb 2011, 10:34

Bug,

I've got some odds and ends leftovers in the way of the blue foam at 1.5 thick and some ACM you could use to line some hatches or try out if you're interested. I need some batteries if you still have a line on them.

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Post by Bugpac » 17 Feb 2011, 10:49

Battery's in a few week's, they are the tall ones the 100lb'rs. I may need some scrap agm. I want to make a custom built in tackle box. I got it figured out just need a liner.

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