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    TWs of the Boating World

    This looks like something we TWers might like. Who else would enjoy having to chop their way upstream with a hatchet?
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    There’s got to be some amazing skid plate on that boat...
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    OMG that looks like fun.
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    Leave it to the Kiwis to take along a chainsaw when they go boating.
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    Of course Kiwis. I think you need to know how to weld aluminum to enjoy that sport. What cool little jet boats. I can’t believe the jet drives don’t get ground up with gravel.
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    This Thomas Hewitt puts put some great mini-jet boat videos, features moe boating, less chopping.


    Plus some occasional sinking.
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    If the under 3 meter mini jets are the TWs then these must be the DR650s.
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