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couple pics at night.
 
 
 
 
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Lookin' good! Very cool..Clap

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Took the boat out yesterday for our first full day of enjoyment. Boat ran flawlessly for the entire day. Had an awesome time with family and friends, grilling and chilling. and got to see the lights on the water at night.
The lake was very rough from heavy boat traffic but the tritoon showed its worth, never having any trouble handling what it was dealt. All in all its a great ride and I'm very happy with it.
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Awesome, lights look sweet! Did you get any more speed #'s or get to mess with the jackplate any?
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Originally posted by Mrtoler Mrtoler wrote:

Awesome, lights look sweet! Did you get any more speed #'s or get to mess with the jackplate any?
No, 8 people on the boat and very rough. Tweaking will have to wait.
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  Looks awsome with those lights ! Your boat is real nice you should be real proud. Everything is first class and top notch. I'm glad yor hear your enjoying it after all the hard work to get you there. I can't wait to hear how it runs once you get it tweaked, I'm sure it's fast with that big motor !!! Again awsome job that boat looks great !
 
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Originally posted by NH Tooner NH Tooner wrote:

Took the boat out yesterday for our first full day of enjoyment. Boat ran flawlessly for the entire day. Had an awesome time with family and friends, grilling and chilling. and got to see the lights on the water at night.
The lake was very rough from heavy boat traffic but the tritoon showed its worth, never having any trouble handling what it was dealt. All in all its a great ride and I'm very happy with it.


Curious why you are selling it after putting so much work into it??  You did a great job building it and after so much work I can't imagine selling it so quick...
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Originally posted by NHMAN NHMAN wrote:


Curious why you are selling it after putting so much work into it??  You did a great job building it and after so much work I can't imagine selling it so quick...
Just the way I am I guess. I love building. I've built 240mph drag race cars and everything else in between. Anyway buy the time i sell it most of the season will be completed. plus I have 3 other boats to get buy withWink

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I have just spent the last hour going thru this thread start to finish and all I can say is AMAZING!!
I do have one question if I could. Why did you mount the trolling motor in the center instead of on the side so it goes across the front when laying down. That is way mine was setup when I bought it and I can not tell a difference in handling when trolling. When I unload the boat I just loosen the collar and raise it all the way up and it is totally out of the way.
Once again thanks for the detail and pictures of your undertaking. It is stunning!!Big smile
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You're welcome. I just didn't want it sticking out the side.  It would get cought on stuff trying to dock it.

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New to pontoon boating. Just bought a 22ft regency party barge. Love the sinks consul you show on your post. Can you tell me where I can also git one?

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This boat is for sale  18k with trailer..
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