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    Seadoo & Toyota

    In case anybody ever wondered. Its always been Seadoo's and Toyota's for me.

    From 1996

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    You was pimpen even back in the day.
    I remember seeing a rig like that years ago one weekend in Mississippi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KirkF350 View Post
    I remember seeing a rig like that years ago one weekend in Mississippi.
    Could have been me. Might have stopped there along the way. That pic was taken in Panama City Beach.

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    Im with ya brother....My ride is a 2005 Tacoma SR5 with the TRD off road package...And of course 2 2006 Sea-doo RXPs..

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    2001 4runner with 150k flawless miles and my rxpx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyheb View Post
    Could have been me. Might have stopped there along the way. That pic was taken in Panama City Beach.
    Nah, couldn't have been you. It was at a strip joint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyheb View Post
    In case anybody ever wondered. Its always been Seadoo's and Toyota's for me.

    From 1996

    Attachment 220726

    You might want to look into getting the correct drop down hitch. That trailer angle looks way off. I always have at least 2 hitches for the receiver of differnt drop heights so the trailer sits level behind my Jeep. Help's towing habits of the trailer and correct the tail light angles on the trailer for better visibility.
    I tow my ski's and other things, they all have different tounge heights, so having the right hitch helps a lot. they don't cost much but the safety increase is worth it.

    If you tow any distance, it will help, and it looks better.

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    Nice ride. I got the same thing. Same color, same wheels. I really like mine.

    Quote Originally Posted by SplishSplash View Post
    You might want to look into getting the correct drop down hitch. That trailer angle looks way off. I always have at least 2 hitches for the receiver of differnt drop heights so the trailer sits level behind my Jeep. Help's towing habits of the trailer and correct the tail light angles on the trailer for better visibility.
    I tow my ski's and other things, they all have different tounge heights, so having the right hitch helps a lot. they don't cost much but the safety increase is worth it.

    If you tow any distance, it will help, and it looks better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SplishSplash View Post
    You might want to look into getting the correct drop down hitch. That trailer angle looks way off. I always have at least 2 hitches for the receiver of differnt drop heights so the trailer sits level behind my Jeep. Help's towing habits of the trailer and correct the tail light angles on the trailer for better visibility.
    I tow my ski's and other things, they all have different tounge heights, so having the right hitch helps a lot. they don't cost much but the safety increase is worth it.

    If you tow any distance, it will help, and it looks better.
    I'm thinking he no longer has this setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SplishSplash View Post
    You might want to look into getting the correct drop down hitch. That trailer angle looks way off. I always have at least 2 hitches for the receiver of differnt drop heights so the trailer sits level behind my Jeep. Help's towing habits of the trailer and correct the tail light angles on the trailer for better visibility.
    I tow my ski's and other things, they all have different tounge heights, so having the right hitch helps a lot. they don't cost much but the safety increase is worth it.

    If you tow any distance, it will help, and it looks better.
    Thanks for the advise, but that pic was from 1996. Like sn-95 said I dont have either one of those any more.

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