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Thread: Clipper MacSport 18

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    It's a little longer very deep and has a lot of middle.

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    Is that clipper as easy to get into vs the HB ?

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    Well it's not nearly as big as the HB, so it will be much more tippy and will require some skill and care to stay out of trouble.

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    Ended up picking up a Suzuki 6HP on sale (a 2018). They were selling out of last years model so I bought one before they are all gone. Rigging up a tiller extension today and then I'll test it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by North61 View Post
    Ended up picking up a Suzuki 6HP on sale (a 2018). They were selling out of last years model so I bought one before they are all gone. Rigging up a tiller extension today and then I'll test it out.
    Ice out yet ?

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    In enough places to get my motors running!

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    How the 6 worked out?

    18 Km/hr (11 miles an hour) with 600 pounds

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mq833Nl_Xbs&t=98s

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    Quote Originally Posted by North61 View Post
    How the 6 worked out?

    18 Km/hr (11 miles an hour) with 600 pounds

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mq833Nl_Xbs&t=98s
    I've been able to get to 20-22km/h(with the wind) on the lake with a lighter load and the same setup. Fun little craft!

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