Coal Rolling = Posing
Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Cumberland Furnace, TN
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It's been sittin like I said, so, my plan is to get it professionally detailed and have the motor gone over. Then go run around for the day or something, to make sure it's in workin order before I sell it to anybody.
It's an 18 foot (6 person), with a 90 horse outboard. The prop I got on it is for wakeboards, so the top speed is about 33-35. It pulls me up no problem, and I was about 215 last time I wakeboarded. It also reaches the top speed pretty quick, so I imagine if you're just gonna pull a tube once in a while, you can put a more aggressive prop on it and get a better top end. I never messed with it, all I do is wakeboard, and I'm almost never in a hurry. The seats and carpet and floors WERE in excelent condition. Looked new when I got it. I used it alot one summer, a few times the summer after, once the next. And it's been sittin since. So, once I get it cleaned up and gone over. I'll post more info and pics.