It was stolen 2 years ago in my apt complex. It was a 2004 bass tracker PT165 w/25 hp. I think they wanted for the Metal. IT took me so long to replace due to my wife having Heart problems. I worked a lot of OT to get this one. I am so much happier with the Skeeter and safer in it. Thanks
Where did you get that Keith i want one!!!! I saw something cool yesterday it was a bass that covered your trailer ball but it was hooked to where you hook the lights for your boat so when you hit the brakes the bass's tail went back and forth! I was going to follow the people to ask where they got it but they pulled into a funeral home so i didnt think they wanted me askin them hey wher'd you get the ball cover... its so cool! Dave
yall gave me an idea so I made/added a new avatar for yall Skeeter Brethen as Keith so poeticly put it lol
You can find the new avatar by going to your profile, and looking in the boat avatars. Its there and available to be used by anyone who wishes to do so :thumbup01:
just to clarifie on the stent thing:
A stent is a wire metal mesh tube used to prop open an artery during angioplasty. The stent is collapsed to a small diameter and put over a balloon catheter. It's then moved into the area of the blockage. When the balloon is inflated, the stent expands, locks in place and forms a scaffold. This holds the artery open. The stent stays in the artery permanently, holds it open, improves blood flow to the heart muscle and relieves symptoms (usually chest pain). Within a few weeks of the time the stent was placed, the inside lining of the artery (the endothelium) grows over the metal surface of the stent.
Stents are used depending on certain features of the artery blockage. This includes the size of the artery and where the blockage is. Stenting is a fairly common procedure; in fact, over 70 percent of coronary angioplasty procedures also include stenting.