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Don't know how I missed this one, Daaumn RH, why didn't u put this in the "open" forum?

Congrats.

Now that your single you can have some good get togethers. Share some stories with us guys that are close to gettin hitched.

oh, if you get rid of that extreamly large windshield and mount a fairing, i'll bet you could gain 4mph.

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Hey ghart. If your looking for a Pachanga 32, I know where you can pick one up! :D

Zen -

Talk to me before you go ahead and put the noose on! Just teasing.
 

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Redhot said:
Hey ghart. If your looking for a Pachanga 32, I know where you can pick one up! :D

Zen -

Talk to me before you go ahead and put the noose on! Just teasing.
I need to recover from the $$ I spent over and above the flood insurance to get my house back together before I go boat shopping.

I could have bought a really great boat with the amount that Isabel cost me!

But then, the uninsured Isabel loss was tax deductible!

I love this country!
 

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I like to cruise it up the Grand River in Downtown! Hardly ever any boat traffic. Where you at in MI?
 

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i have driven my old mans boat from lake st clair to saginaw river, man its much easier to trailer!
 

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tavis-

I have seen a few of them for sale in boat tader online. Don't know of anyone here on the site with one for sale though. I'll keep my eyes open though. I would double check the classifieds here.
 

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OK, got one for you guys with 32's, maybe the smaller ones have it, too, but I am not sure. The indirect lights on the sides in the cabin. HOW THE PHUCK do you get in there to change the light tubes? I have some that are burned out, but can't figure out how to change them. Any help?
 

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I have never had to change one. I have spares but have not had a bulb burn out in 5 years. Lucky me from the sounds of it. I will check mine and see if I can figure it out.
 

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Well here is the answer I was afraid of.....................

Dear Mr. Tadsen,

Thank you for your inquiry regarding your Sea Ray Pachanga. The florescent
light panels are attached with screws hidden behind the tambour trim on the
lighting face. The trim cover can be removed with a putty knife by gently
working the blade between the trim and backing. The trim is re-installed
with a silicone sealant.

We appreciate the opportunity to assist you with this information. If we
may be of further assistance, please feel free to contact our Customer
Service Department.

Thank you,


Terry Kerr
Customer Service Specialist
Sea Ray Boats, World Headquarters
 

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RH,sounds like you have a job ahead of you. Sorry I didn't call ya back last night,my daughter decided to lock horns with me last night. Eventually we came to a solution and she saw things MY WAY! :winker:
I give ya a shout later this morning.
 

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Yeah, I was hoping that was NOT the answer they were going to give me. There are about 20 tiny little screws to get out with virtually no clearance. Should be fun. Don't worry about the call. I was just going to tell you that I would have rather been towing your boat last night, rather than mine. This boat catches a lot of wind when towing. And I drove threw a 2 minute white out just before GR. It was a great trip last night!
 

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Hopefully before the weekend he said. He assumes that either the intake manifold gasket or head gasket didn't hold. He said that that water somewhere would have caused the white smoke as well. So we shall see.
 
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