did good. Removing the hook is the best thing you could do for that boat.
Most of the stuff on S & F is wide of the mark. I find most of the
reading there entertaining. There are some good threads and knowledgeable
people but they are few and hard to find. Remember that good old fashioned
hard work and simple set-up gives great returns. My opinion is there is
too much "fantasy" expert help out there. Trust me, you are on
the right track and I expect your boat will run better than the average
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