redneck radio

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  1. wob

    wob

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    My redneck portable radio...

    cd/mp3/XM radio
    Portable, waterproof, and actually sounds pretty good. Perfect for the boat


    Maybe this should be in the outfitting section. :D


    So, what do y'all think?
     
  2. fsusteve

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    Portability is nice, but that puppy must be heavy. I have zero spare room on my boat now, if it ain't mounted, it ain't going.
     
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    i see the grab bar, do you have a mudbuddy motor on that boat?
     
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    F-ck no.
    I have a Yamaha 40 on it right now. Mudbuddy would be the last engine I'd put on there. Thinking about a GatorTail or a ProDrive. I'm going to wait about a year, and see if one of the two will be able to come up with a little more hp.
     
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    just put some frog spit on the bottom of that thing and you'll be a real redneck
     
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    I think Steel Flex is better than frog spit. I hear it holds up longer.
     
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