I know its heavy because after lifting 97 boats for 3 years, then taking this, you know its heavy. and im not lighter then my friend, and my friend is way better then me. Im just wondering if theres any reason in the boat why its fast and heavy
Yeah, i was racing a friend that has a 1997 laser, with the new rigging, and a newer sail, he placed 13th in gold cup last year, and yet, i can keep up with him, i only lose cause i mess my starts up, but i never lose any boat lengths, i gain them.
I have a laser from 1974, and i dont know much about it, cause the guy i got it from have stripped and repainted the whole boat, taking off the serial numbers. But i do know its made in Canada, for some reason, the boats really heavy, yet very fast, anyone know why?
I have dirt cheap dollys for sale, yet good quality. They are very, very light, wont rust, and can stand upright on their own support taking no more then 20 inchs of room. The cost is only $250 per dolly, after taxes. That is over $100 less then the heavy rustbucket metal dollys, and over...