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    What preventing you from getting on the water

    It seems there so many things that prevent us from getting on the water. Im an work rite now an all i can think about is saturday morning!!!


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    'nuff said.

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    Work. Wish it was Friday.

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    A HANGOVER!

    Not really, but I tried last night LOL, nothing for the next 4 days-today though I'm working on my street bike project

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    blown engine and im in the uk and the closest water is 30 miles away

    Mick

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    It's not my Polaris, that's for sure. We beat on it pretty heavy last weekend without a hiccup.

    My XP though? Sucked in a carb screw (didn't have loctite at the lakehouse - I know I know my fault), LUCKILY it just destroyed my rotary valve. I am tearing the engine out tonight and I'm going to freshen up the bottom end while I'm at it. Should be good to go in a couple weeks. It FLEW while it was together too...

    My Kawi is in 31,389,199 pieces and I still need to learn how to ride it.

    Illinois Police don't like water-skipping the sleds so that's out too.

    I might have to get one of these to hold me over:


    2.5 MPH BABY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibreakstuff View Post
    It's not my Polaris, that's for sure. We beat on it pretty heavy last weekend without a hiccup.

    My XP though? Sucked in a carb screw (didn't have loctite at the lakehouse - I know I know my fault), LUCKILY it just destroyed my rotary valve. I am tearing the engine out tonight and I'm going to freshen up the bottom end while I'm at it. Should be good to go in a couple weeks. It FLEW while it was together too...

    My Kawi is in 31,389,199 pieces and I still need to learn how to ride it.

    Illinois Police don't like water-skipping the sleds so that's out too.

    I might have to get one of these to hold me over:


    2.5 MPH BABY!
    LMAO!!! My lil cusion has one. if you can get your weight down to around 45 pounds or so it may be do-able.

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    One of my legs weighs in around 45lbs - I weigh 5x that.

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