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  • #16
    Originally posted by saumon View Post
    Re: For New Members Needing help buying a boat. A Buyer's Checklist.

    That excellent writing from the late CATransplant is of great help to overcome the "paralysis by analysis syndrome", and used to be a sticky. I wonder why isn't anymore...

    http://forums.iboats.com/boat-topics...at-299675.html

    That was a GREAT post, thanks for sharing that. Made me very happy reading it.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by SigSaurP229 View Post
      Re: For New Members Needing help buying a boat. A Buyer's Checklist.


      I HAVE PERSONALLY thrown someone off of my property for trying to do a neutral drop on dry land in my boat, and it was a co-worker, who didn't believe me when I told him what it would do. He tried it later on a boat that he bought and toasted his lower unit.

      Ok I guess I'm the only one who doesnt know what this means so I'll ask?

      do a neutral drop on dry land in my boat?

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      • #18
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        Originally posted by drpepper68 View Post


        Ok I guess I'm the only one who doesnt know what this means so I'll ask?

        do a neutral drop on dry land in my boat?
        A neutral drop is when you rev the engine high in neutral and, at the peak of revving, you drop the transmission into gear. Not a good thing to do with any motor driven vessel or vehicle.
        1995 Sea Ray 270DA 7.4L Bravo II

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