Rockie69

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About Rockie69

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  • Birthday 01/15/1969

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  1. Boat name voting

    ROWER (the sound a Panther makes but more nautical)
  2. Inexpensive Refueling Options

    And you use how much fuel in this period of time?
  3. Where is Goldenrod24??

    His mailbox is full can't leave a message.
  4. New To The Site

    Alsoknown as Pontoon Aquisition Disorder Syndrome.
  5. Boat name voting

    STOP LOOKING STERNLY AT MYAFT!
  6. What color to pick- so hard to decide

    Yo might win the PDB Magazine Shootout with that bad boy! (Cap plate might have to be changed to: 1 extremelycrazy person)
  7. What color to pick- so hard to decide

    607 more hp? I really want someone to get a Seven Marine motor!
  8. Bennington owners cribs

    Looking at the clouds I see white rabbit eating a carrot. The carrot is the branch. If I squint I see a polar bear bent over and another one right behind it.
  9. Refrigerated Cup Holders

    FYI for those of you looking for a good cooler(s)... Ozark Trail is coming out withknock-offs for both the hard and soft side.
  10. What color to pick- so hard to decide

    ... and the fact that she's the Captain.
  11. Bennington's market position Autumn 2016

    And can't we now add the red line to the green line?
  12. Post up your other toys or hobbies ..... AGAIN

    Just the other day I took the wife's Honda Mini van to get washed. Back when I was a kid we'd do the 100 mph dry after we washed our cars. For some crazy reason I decided to do it again. Hit 120 in the mini van. WTF was I thinking, and why does a mini van go that fast?!?!?
  13. What do you do?

    Purchasing Manager for a custom rotational molder where I have workedfor 23 years. I mange 8locations in the US and one in Brazil.
  14. Seat Base inner edges

    I agree it looks terrible, unsafe too. Cuts like this are common in rotomolding and can be cleaned up very easily with a tourch or a rasp. I would hope Bennington has listed this on their specification so they can go back to the supplier. Or... for the ultimate look, as G has done, cap it. Looks great and eliminates a saftey concern, and Ithink this look should be standard.