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    Angry Hurricane Dean

    I live in the cayman islands and project path of hurricane dean is to past over us by monday so wa do u guys think i sould do with my watercraft...I'am think am going to strap it down to the trailer and tie down the cover..But any suggestions.........


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    I'd insure it.

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    go wave jumping.

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    can you get them indoors in a garage or something?

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    At least hitch it to your truck. Screw the insurance, you may need this ski in the next couple weeks!!! Double eyewall and cat 5 heading right at you. We went through 3 hurricanes in 04 and it wasn't fun at all. Best of luck bro! Keep in touch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fx High Out Put Rida View Post
    I live in the cayman islands and project path of hurricane dean is to past over us by monday so wa do u guys think i sould do with my watercraft...I'am think am going to strap it down to the trailer and tie down the cover..But any suggestions.........
    Figure out where the winds will be coming from and put your ski behind any barrier that will protect it from that direction. Other than that, take care and be safe.

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    House

    i putting agianst my house i going to put my plugs in so it doesn't sink lol and take out the battery.I cant put in the garge dads M3 will be in there and the 525i outside lol and the ford f250..

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    Quote Originally Posted by howestek View Post
    Figure out where the winds will be coming from and put your ski behind any barrier that will protect it from that direction. Other than that, take care and be safe.
    My thoughts exactly. Hitching it to the truck ain't a bad idea in addition to above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sstaino View Post
    go wave jumping.
    i know I'm crazy, but I'm itching for at least 1 nice hurricane this season, I would love to hit some sweet surf.

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    These things are filled with foam, etc, I am under the impression that they're unsinkable. Definatly getting submerged in water will tear up the mechanics, but they'll still float right?

    Then what's the problem with going wave jumping? Hit 'em and hit 'em hard!

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