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    My new toys at work bruinsrme's Avatar
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    Liquid Roller (NCHeel)

    holy cow this stuff is awesome.

    I applied it after launching. After buzzing around the lake for an hour or so I was ready to go home. Back the truck up and the bunks were about 3 inches above the water. After givingit a little gas I thought the ski was going to end up in the bed of my truck.

    Backing it off it slid right off.
    thinking it was a flop when I pulled the ski out of the ocean the bunks were about 4 inches above the water. This time the ski was cranked on the the trailer. The ski cranked on with amazing ease.

    Good stuff.

    Scott


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    yup. great stuff!...PR...

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    Works really well when putting in the water, but i have a hard time loading the ski on the trail when i am by myself. I will put the bunks just a couple of inches in the water. I will drive the ski up the bunks to the to the front of the trailer, but it keeps sliding back off before i can get off it to hook it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mksmi View Post
    Works really well when putting in the water, but i have a hard time loading the ski on the trail when i am by myself. I will put the bunks just a couple of inches in the water. I will drive the ski up the bunks to the to the front of the trailer, but it keeps sliding back off before i can get off it to hook it.
    sorry but I can picture that.

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    It sucks

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    It is really annoying when people are waiting on me to use the boat ramp. I do still have to laugh after the first couple of times.

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    Tomorrow I might spray down my friends bunks and not tell him. Just hope he doesn't gun it when he puts it on the trailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruinsrme View Post
    Tomorrow I might spray down my friends bunks and not tell him. Just hope he doesn't gun it when he puts it on the trailer.
    lmfao

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    To keep it on the trailer just leave the ski running till you hook up to the winch. I been telling everyone this stuff is awesome. THe best part is being able to move the ski's around on the trailer while working on them at home.

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    I want a Greenhulk email address like Steve has.

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