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Stupid Human Boating Tricks | from the iboats.com Forums
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As always, Stupid Human Boating Tricks from our very own iboats.com Forums and I Love Boating Facebook page. Last time out I dunked the trailer with the wife holding onto the bow rope. I fully expected the boat to just float off like it has a hundred times before. Only this time it didnt just float off. I back in deeper and I see in the mirror it looks to be floating off the trailer.... NOT! The trailer was floating. Yes, I finally forgot to undo the transom straps. Once I undid the straps everything went as planned.

  • Last time out I dunked the trailer with the wife holding onto the bow rope. I fully expected the boat to just float off like it has a hundred times before. Only this time it didnt just float off. I back in deeper and I see in the mirror it looks to be floating off the trailer.... NOT! The trailer was floating. Yes, I finally forgot to undo the transom straps. Once I undid the straps everything went as planned.
  • While waiting for my turn to load, I saw a fellow with a Chaparral deck boat, and a tandem axle trailer, clip the concrete curb at the top of the ramp with the right-front wheel. This ramp is kind of offset from the rest of the parking lot and makes you want to turn right as you come up the ramp. This is fine if you wait long enough to cut it over. This guy didn't, and backed up to try it again.

    Apparently he wasn't watching his mirrors because the next time he came up he clipped the curb hard enough to pop the bead on the tire. Still can't get it up though, so he backs up again to give it another whack and keeps clipping the curb. On the third try after popping the tire bead, he wasn't taking any more crap from that curb, he'd show that darn curb. He poured on the fuel to that F250 Super Duty and yanked that boat up the ramp, completely mangling the right-front rim on his trailer.

    I was in disbelief. No one was rushing him. We were all just standing there waiting patiently, watching the "show".

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