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    Hello. Looking to purchase a boat. I am flexible on options depending on price. I am in Colorado, it would be hard to go the coasts or deep south. The only thing I can think of as a must is dual axle trailer. My max amount to spend is 26-27k. Would like to not spend more then 20k but I can step up for the right boat. You can message me here & I will get back to you promptly.

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    Somebody posted this up in the clist ad section. A little bit of a stretch as he is right at your $27 max and you'll have to ship it/come get it. Might be able to get him to split shipping cost with you. Look up shippers online & get some quotes. I looked up boathaulingus.com and they state $2 per mile, so you're looking at maybe $3k extra.
    Drew
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    posted what?

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    sorry, forgot to paste the link in

    http://macon.craigslist.org/boa/3542007399.html
    Drew
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    It may be more helpful if you describe what you are looking for. Do you want a wake, surf, or ski boat? DD or Vdrive. EFI or Carb?

    Just a thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxpower220 View Post
    It may be more helpful if you describe what you are looking for. Do you want a wake, surf, or ski boat? DD or Vdrive. EFI or Carb?

    Just a thought.
    Good point. Wake surf is important, wake boarding is 2nd then turbing & floating. Vdrive only. We have lots of DD's here, we thought about it but in the end we would just rather get what we want now instead of settling. I just assumed all the new boats were EFI. I think I have decided I do not want factory installed ballast. I would just rather get fat sacks. I didn't even think about blowing out the lines in the winter, not sure how the pumps are too change but it just seems easier to deal with fat sacks. If I am wrong, please let me know.

    What is the difference between the LSV, mobius & outback hulls?

    Also I am not dead set on Moomba, I like them, but I dig other boats too

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    Quote Originally Posted by racer808 View Post
    Wake surf is important, I think I have decided I do not want factory installed ballast. I would just rather get fat sacks. If I am wrong, please let me know.
    IMO your dead wrong homie. I run 750's in the corner and will upgrade to 1100's here soon. I also have some fat sacks that I fill with a tsunami pump until I can get around to the IBS and those fat sacs are a PITA, not to mention the kind of space they will take up inside your boat. no way would I dream about not having a ballast system over 1700+ lbs of fat sacs..Viva La Gravity III




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    Jason

    Go Hard or Go Home.......it's MOOMBA time!!

    2009 Moomba Mobius LSV

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