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Hugs Tug

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Hello to all.

Great site that you have put together with tremendous knowledge.

I also belong to Classic Mako and was lured here by Megabyte. The house where I dock my boat, the owner has a 2002 25' walk around with the diesel I/O option and what a great riding boat.

I am going to post a thread on the discussion forum with questions on high temperatures.

Thanks in advance for any help/insight.

Tom
1973 23' Mako CC I/O
Mattituck Long Island
 

Megabyte

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Welcome to CP Tom!

Not as much fiberglass dust here as you have over at CM (at least, not yet), but the folks here are respectful, and passionate about their boats. :wink:

Good to see you here. :)
 

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Me too. I get to itching about 30 minutes before I depart work for home each night I plan to work on the bottom. :( :( :(
 

Hugs Tug

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Pork Chunker.
Thanks for the welcome.
I feel your pain from when I restored my 73 Mako. :cry: :cry: :cry:
Not fun but well worth the effort. At least you dont have to strip off 30 years of old bottom paint :lol: :lol: :lol:
Tom
 
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