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QBreen
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Hello!!!

#1 Post by QBreen » Mon Aug 27, 2018 3:10 am

Hey everyone. I have been searching and scrolling the forum for a few days now. I decided to make an account and join the fun. I have done a few pontoon rebuilds in my past and getting ready to do another one. I have several questions I will be asking. I can't wait to get your opinions. Let the Fun Begin. Thanks in advance!!

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Henpecked
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#2 Post by Henpecked » Mon Aug 27, 2018 4:23 pm

Welcome aboard. I've been here for 2-3 weeks. It seems pretty dead here, but every question I have thrown up has been answered by somebody and the info seems good. I figure this place will pick up during the non-boating season when people are working on their rigs instead of enjoying them.

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ROLAND
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#3 Post by ROLAND » Mon Aug 27, 2018 4:23 pm

Qbreen.. welcome to the club... really a great group here...
Roland & Jo
2010 Bennington 20 Sfi
Yamaha 75 4 Stroke
Shreveport, Louisiana

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smltooner
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Location: Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia

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#4 Post by smltooner » Mon Aug 27, 2018 7:08 pm

Welcome to the club.
SMLTOONER
Ted & Emily
2019 Bennington 21SL Tri-toon
2019 Yamaha 150 HP
Smith Mtn. Lake, Virginia

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steve1313
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#5 Post by steve1313 » Tue Aug 28, 2018 2:50 am

Henpecked wrote:
Mon Aug 27, 2018 4:23 pm
Welcome aboard. I've been here for 2-3 weeks. It seems pretty dead here, but every question I have thrown up has been answered by somebody and the info seems good. I figure this place will pick up during the non-boating season when people are working on their rigs instead of enjoying them.
Henpecked - you're right in describing this forum as "pretty dead", but that's not a bad thing. I came from the world of a Sea Ray V Hull and the Sea Ray forum was much, much more active. I will agree with you that there are answers to be found here, and the members are more than willing to help.

QBreen - Welcome! We look forward to seeing your posts about the rebuild, and hopefully you can get answers to your questions as you move forward.
Steve
2017 Sweetwater 2286 WB Tritoon w/ 150HP Yamaha "Serendipity"
Slipped at Lake Anna, Virginia

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