I might be overstating this, but I have a little bit of a crisis going on. As most of you know, myself and the rest of the Ohio State Bass Fishing club are headed out to Indiana next week for the Big Ten Tournament. With the tournament only days away... my boat motor has a problem! We got the boat out yesterday and had a ball on it for about 2 hours. Everything was working great the whole time. Anyway, I drop my dad off at the dock and back out, only to realize that I have the truck keys. So, I go to put it in forward and the boat will not go in gear. So I try reverse, will not go in gear. We fiddled with it on the water for about 10 minutes and gave up. Later in the evening, Trucked came and looked at it with me. I should mention that its an '89 Johnson GT150. We found that when you put the boat in reverse, the end of the cable at the motor pushes everything its supposed to. When you go to put it back into Neutral or forward, nothing slides back forward. So, I'm hoping its just that cable and will not be a big deal. Is there anything else it could be?? I have an appointment set up early next week to get it looked at, but its is cutting a little too close to when we are leaving for my comfort. Do you know anywhere around the Columbus area that might be able to take a peek tomorrow? Most likely I'm over-reacting, but this is my first boat so I dont know what's going on. I also just want this tournament to go smoothly as well.