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    FS: 91 superjet hull CHEAP

    great condition... i can tru it for you for a extra $100.i am asking $300 for it it has a clean title and vin numbers . it is located in Huber Heights OHIO 45424
    it has a pumpshoe and the prevois owner had to paint it and make it that color.


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    you dont no any one coming to florida east coast

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    Quote Originally Posted by piratepete View Post
    you dont no any one coming to florida east coast
    i know people in tampa

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    bump pics coming soon

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    so what exactly is done when you tru a hull? Is it just sanding it down then repainting it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20rxp04 View Post
    so what exactly is done when you tru a hull? Is it just sanding it down then repainting it?
    if you are looking to tru your hull i do it for $250
    1. sand the hull down
    2. sand the hull down with a sanding board
    3 spray a lite coat of black or red paint on the area you want trued
    4. sand the area that you want trued with the sanding board
    5. your done
    total time to tru my gpr hull 3 1/2 days

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20rxp04 View Post
    so what exactly is done when you tru a hull? Is it just sanding it down then repainting it?
    truing the hull is when you sand down all the imperfections in the hull so that there are no gouges or low spots that the water go across when your are going forward. No gouges and no low spots make for less resistance/drag and less drag=more speed. You just clean up the bottom of the hull.. if not done right it will really screw up your handling though..

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    Quote Originally Posted by HallPass View Post
    truing the hull is when you sand down all the imperfections in the hull so that there are no gouges or low spots that the water go across when your are going forward. No gouges and no low spots make for less resistance/drag and less drag=more speed. You just clean up the bottom of the hull.. if not done right it will really screw up your handling though..
    thanks HP

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    Price lowerd
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    it has a clean tittle and clean vin numbers
    must sell

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    U got a pic?

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