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Old 09-13-2014, 10:48 AM
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Mine arrived yesterday and headed to the lake shortly to try it out. The unit is well built, looks good and fit perfectly........
brooks, what platform do you have, teak or glass?
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Mem99, the ones Ive seen on the moombas only stick out about 4".
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Old 09-13-2014, 11:16 AM
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4 yrs of french... a 1980's movie, 20 plus years later .... and I am clearly getting dumber in my old age

I was attempting to quote a movie, Full metal Jacket, (and a very poor attempt at that).......

The script called it "Too Beaucoup" the literal translation of course only confuses things more...

I think it is supposed to be some type of broken english/french "Too Beaucoup" to mean "Too Big".

Literal translation of "too Beaucoup" (how the script wrote it) is "too very much".
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Old 09-13-2014, 11:29 AM
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Mine arrived yesterday and headed to the lake shortly to try it out. The unit is well built, looks good and fit perfectly........
I look forward to hearing your results. Mine should be here in a couple days.
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Old 09-13-2014, 04:58 PM
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Mem99, the ones Ive seen on the moombas only stick out about 4".
Thanks for the tip. I was kinda thinking that 8" may just be too much stress on the platform.
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Old 09-13-2014, 05:10 PM
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4 yrs of french... a 1980's movie, 20 plus years later .... and I am clearly getting dumber in my old age

I was attempting to quote a movie, Full metal Jacket, (and a very poor attempt at that).......

The script called it "Too Beaucoup" the literal translation of course only confuses things more...

I think it is supposed to be some type of broken english/french "Too Beaucoup" to mean "Too Big".

Literal translation of "too Beaucoup" (how the script wrote it) is "too very much".
Guess I kinda took that the wrong way. Sorry about that. Anyway I got your point now. I'm going to trim 4" off the paddle.

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Old 09-14-2014, 08:52 AM
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4 yrs of french... a 1980's movie, 20 plus years later .... and I am clearly getting dumber in my old age

I was attempting to quote a movie, Full metal Jacket, (and a very poor attempt at that).......

The script called it "Too Beaucoup" the literal translation of course only confuses things more...

I think it is supposed to be some type of broken english/french "Too Beaucoup" to mean "Too Big".

Literal translation of "too Beaucoup" (how the script wrote it) is "too very much".

I know the scene of which you speak..... Street Walker in Vietnam
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Old 09-15-2014, 09:47 AM
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