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    Default ecotec/scott

    we starting a new shallow sled.
    252 hp super charged ecotec
    752 scott pump with hyd trim
    15'4" welded aluminum hull
    60" bottom in .190
    should be 1 fun sled up in alaska.
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    cpl more pixs
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    keep the pics coming...
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    pull my finger....

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    Need a field tester/tuner let me know. I am currently bored. Great looking skinny water boat.

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    Looks like it will be one fun sled! Can we see a side shot of it? What size fuel tank?

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    fuel tank is 30 gallon. try to get some more pix next week, heading out fishing for the weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dupont Spinner View Post
    Need a field tester/tuner let me know.
    ditto ...
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    Do you have a price estimate on this bad boy? What company do you work for?

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    this 1 is decked out with all the fun stuff fish finded/gps,hyd trim,ect.
    the total price on this 1 like that is around $42,000
    the company that im a slave to is jet boats of montana.
    you can pm me if you need contact info

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    couple side shots.
    we fired her up today,try to hit the water in the a.m.
    will post the stats of the run.
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    we hit the water today.
    man does thing thing get up and haul *****.
    got some fine tuning with jet then run the clarkfork this weekend.
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    **** talk about a rooster tail!

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    Looks like Seeley Lake. Love that country. Cool sled, too, by the way.
    Spending my kids' inheritance with them, one adventure at a time.

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    Default cpl more

    here is a cpl more on the clarks fork out of missoula.
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    cpl more on the river
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    More specs please. Weight, length, width, what's the bottom made of?

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    here are some of the specs.
    1.welded aluminum hull
    2.bottom is 60" in .190
    3. sides .125
    4. 15' 4"
    5. 30 gal fuel tank
    6.wot speed on the river is 51.3 on the gps
    7.turn key wt. is 1359 lbs.
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    I think the size (being too small) would be a bit of an issue for most of our applications up here. Especially with the additional room the inboard takes up, doesn't leave a whole lot of room for anything else. I'm sure you guy's have thought about this, any plans on increasing the size?

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    we use these boats up in alaska and they work very well.
    we keep them small and light so when you get stuck they are easy to get off that gravel bar.
    are fuel burn rate with this set up and the weber/scott is also very good so we do not have to pack so much gas.
    we can haul alot of game and gear in this set just fine and get on step very fast.

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    How about some more details: " we use these boats up in Alaska"


    Quote Originally Posted by jbm View Post
    we use these boats up in alaska and they work very well.
    we keep them small and light so when you get stuck they are easy to get off that gravel bar.
    are fuel burn rate with this set up and the weber/scott is also very good so we do not have to pack so much gas.
    we can haul alot of game and gear in this set just fine and get on step very fast.
    “Nothing worth doing is easy”
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