Game Changers or Change of Life Props

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  1. Jul 27, 2019 #1

    Greg Wannamaker

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    Some call them Game Changers I like to call them Change of life props. That might be because they are so awesome that they will change your boating life or maybe you need to wait until your old enough to afford them in the later stages of your life. Whatever way you think of it, it is always a good day when a box of new weapons arrive in the mail! Woooohooo, time to get testing and go stupid fast!
     

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    ALLAN YUEN

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    Will make freak “fast” so turn over line right because hardly turn left
     
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    brad nichols

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    New arsenal !! See you in Edmonton!

    Brad
     
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    I have a **** load my self. There’s (2) props in each bin. I have (2) bins full. That’s just my Twin props.
     

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    Greg Wannamaker

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    Last year the wife got too curious about how many motors I have, today while admiring my new prop haul she asked, how much do you have invested in props, I took a big gulp of air and played dumb, don’t know babe, have never added it up, she and the rest of the family laughed and said, I bet Dad, you probably know right to the penny, I played it safe and shrugged my shoulders and left the room, thankful I got outta their unscathed! Whew, bullet dodged.
     
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    I know exactly how
    Much money I have. I just refuse to disclose
    That information
     
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    shoboat

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    Boaters,

    R/C boating is not a cheap hobby, but plenty of other hobbies are even more
    expensive. The main thing is too have fun and enjoy the hobby. Greg and Julian
    nice collections by the way. :)

    Thanks For The Business Fellas,

    Mark Sholund
     
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    Mike Hughes

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    • This hobby is much cheaper if you build your own stuff. Buy the raw material and get back to OG modeling days. I did spend a little bit of money on some props from Brian Buaas this year. But I also did a bunch myself. Still have a box left to do. Building props is the thing I hate the most with this hobby. So teadious.
     
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  9. Jul 29, 2019 #9

    Greg Wannamaker

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    Have spent countless hours S&B’g props but am so thankful for the masters like Andy, Mark, Eric and a few others who have taken up the task of creating these fine pieces of jewelry, not to mention they flat out work like a charm! A saying from my sledding days, it’s all in the clutching, props are our clutches, all the power in the world is meaningless unless you can get it to the ground or in our case water.

    Love my collection and have a blast finding the magic one that shreds the boys!
     
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    LarryConrad

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    Old sportsman’s saying:
    “When I die, I hope my wife doesn’t sell all my gear for what I told her I paid for it”
     

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