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The Winner

Member Since 05 Jan 2004
Offline Last Active Mar 04 2014 01:49 AM

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In Topic: J/88

02 March 2014 - 04:50 PM

Mine is under 3 feet of snow ;)

Hook up to it and pull it south-the snow will melt off on the way!  We are still registered with hopes that we will get five or more.  It'd be great to race OD and be part of a bigger PHRF fleet!

What other J/88 owners are considering coming to CRW?  If you are thinking about it-sign up!

Enjoy the 7am boat call and ride out to the ocean and back. Five more hours a day than your inshore buddies for the same amount or less races. I dont think the RC will find room for you cats inside.

In Topic: J/88

28 January 2014 - 10:38 PM

But hey I do like how you used the word truck and Jeep Grand Cherokee in the same sentence. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Moms yuppy soccer car may have been a bit harsh and I can see why you are pissed. We all know that its really a car for pussy metro sexual types to feel all big and bad ass on their way to Starbucks.


Actually I have had both the old quadra track big one and one of the smaller new ones. My Girlfriend liked it. Soon as i dumped the girlfriend I sold it. The old big ones were great yuppy duck hunting rigs but were heavy enough to do some decent towing. The new ones are 4wd cars plain and simple.


Good luck with the J29 cats

In Topic: J/88

28 January 2014 - 10:25 PM


Because that article promoted discussion which resulted in fact finding, and knowledge always trumps ignorance.
Here is a list of state laws in regards to towing boats including maximum speed limits, that even Mr. Moon should be able to understand.
In Georgia, USA, the maximum speed limit for towing boats is 55 mph.
You my friend are a Wing Nut!
Nobody obeys rules of the road, except for Wing Nuts.
You must be from the J105 class, if not you should be!


Gaudy gold chains do not inspire



much confidence in your opinions.

Ah many moons ago I had a friend that did what you just did and it went ugly early. Maybe you should go down to the zoo and practice poking the lions in the eye with a sharp stick first. You know just to get a feel for what might happen.