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Kahuna

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What brand of tri-toon did you settle on?
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We're waiting for pics!
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We don't talk about his new boat right now. [frown] It's a 24' Tracker with a 200 Mercury.[bawl]
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[bawl]  [bawl] Too bad. Sounds like disappointment.............lack of speed with the 200 HP ??  [confused]
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Don't know if 200 is enough power. 1.3 hours into break in rod through engine. Replacement motor arrived just today. Hopefully on water

Thurs,[smile]


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thats a whole lot better than it coming apart in 5 years and one day ! 
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Ouch! First boat my family had was 28ft pontoon with 115 Johnson we slipped at Willow Springs Marina. We used to ski behind it so I'm sure the 200hp will be plenty.
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But George requires this new boat to easily cruise with a full load of gear & folks at a pretty good speed.
When the bite is on 20 miles away, ya don't wanna get there late. [biggrin]

George and I are having the same kind of luck getting back on the water

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Maybe I should of followed up by saying with the 115 Johnson it was still the slowest boat on the lake. Max speed was around 20mph and in any kind of wind it was a nightmare. It would stuff badly in rough water and not enough power to motor thru so you went nowhere or in reverse. Seems like we always got caught in the middle of a storm on that boat. Dad would let us ride on the front deck and get showered everytime we stuffed. It was fun at the time, but looking back, that was not a very good idea, but common sense on the water has never been my dad's strength.
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Too bad George.  Sorry to hear that........



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New motor on,broke in and cruising 40mph. Boat already had fish in it and knows the way to Alberta Creek.[smile]
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Cool beans! Glad it worked out.
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George will be noticeable

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