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Old 03 August 2015, 21:23   #11
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I believe that's a pretty good size. I think Ryan said he had a 8 footer on one of his fleet.
Again, very nice looking boat.
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Old 03 August 2015, 21:29   #12
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Thanks. For a workboat more shade is probably better. It would need more support. Also depends on console location and style.
There is no perfect setup except the one you like.
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Old 05 August 2015, 14:06   #13
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I see where you got your username. You make that rib look small Very nice ride
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Nice ride! That thing looks and sounds great.

You and I spoke a while back about your boat... you have a 250 right (couldn't read it on my low res screen)? And how do you like that Suzuki? Any trouble finding good mechanic?
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Old 14 August 2015, 13:55   #15
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Yep, 250. So far the Suzuki has been great. I have just over 70 hours on it and it purrs like a big kitten. The local dealers were Suzuki/Yamaha or Honda and some others. I'm pretty limited in choice of dealer and based on recommendations here I went with the Suzuki. I have since heard that Suzuki corporate can be a pain if you have weird issues and/or warranty claims but fingers crossed....

Hopefully I put enough hours on it this fall to need a oil change but the maintenance intervals seemed pretty reasonable.

The Suzuki was many thousands less than a Yamaha

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