1236 Tracker vs. Scanoe

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1236 Tracker vs. Scanoe

Post by Cheeseball » 08 Nov 2008, 22:20

1236 Tracker is equipped with a 2000 Suzuki 5hp

Scanoe is equipped with a 19?? Evinrude 7.5 (check out the anchor sitting on the bow of this boat!)

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Re: 1236 Tracker vs. Scanoe

Post by phased » 08 Nov 2008, 23:27

What is that? A crankshaft?

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Re: 1236 Tracker vs. Scanoe

Post by Cheeseball » 08 Nov 2008, 23:29

phased wrote:What is that? A crankshaft?
LOL... Yep, off of a CJ7. I tell my buddy it's overkill. But he still lugs it around.

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Re: 1236 Tracker vs. Scanoe

Post by phased » 08 Nov 2008, 23:32

dang that has to be a pain to pull up.

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Re: 1236 Tracker vs. Scanoe

Post by fowlmood77 » 08 Nov 2008, 23:42

why the helmet?
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Re: 1236 Tracker vs. Scanoe

Post by Cheeseball » 08 Nov 2008, 23:50

fowlmood77 wrote:why the helmet?
We just got finished helping one of his coworkers collect a geocache. (Google geocache if you don't know what that is. It would be a long explaination) Collecting it required a bit of a climb. Here is where the geocache was.

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On top of an abandoned railway bridge pylon.

I guess he just didn't bother to take the helmet off after we finished.

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Re: 1236 Tracker vs. Scanoe

Post by Zum » 09 Nov 2008, 14:33

Hope there was ladder.
Looks like you came close to swamping buddy.
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Re: 1236 Tracker vs. Scanoe

Post by Cheeseball » 09 Nov 2008, 16:30

Zum wrote:Hope there was ladder.
Looks like you came close to swamping buddy.
The other side of the pylon is crumbling and much easier to climb on that side.

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