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    Question 18 ft duckworth 302 inboard Q&A

    Hi everyone i just picked this up and wondered if anyone has any experience with this boat and 2hat I can expect from it, gph, how skinny should I be able to run, o yeah it has a at 309 with an A impeller. thanks

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    Hi everyone i just picked this up and wondered if anyone has any experience with this boat and 2hat I can expect from it, gph, how skinny should I be able to run, o yeah it has a at 309 with an A impeller. thanks
    Try to avoid sucking up any rocks! The impellers aren't rebuildable and it's a pain to replace compared to many other style jets.

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    You should be able to run 8-10" of water on step. if you are learning with this boat stick with the aluminum impeller for a while if you chew one up they are about 375.00 to replace. I have three sitting on the garage shelf all chewed up. They did hone the leading edges on one of them. which was pretty inexpensive. I have since swithed to a stainless impeller and the proformance has been much better. Stainless runs about 1200.00 so dont jump to one if you are learning. I put a lot of improvements into my 309 and it runs like a spotted butt ape right now.

    congrats and good luch with the new boat.
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    Thanks for the info guys
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