My Hustler goes both ways
I sat down only once and it was in a 36' skater. It was a relatively calm day so I'm not sure how it would be on a rough day.
With a bad back I have always been afraid to sit. Anyone with a bad back prefer sitting over standing?
I was told by a very reliable source that is very rough ride on Michgan waters. He wasn't sure if it's the length or the stepped hull but said he would take his own Deep -V any day in rough waters.Originally Posted by Panther
I was asking his opinion cause I have considered several time changing mine also. He laughed and said in my heavy pig it shouldn't be a problem.
Hope this helps
"If some is good, more is better.
And to much is just enough."
Originally Posted by tblrklakemo
Active Thunder and Outerlimits are two that come to mind.
Is this it ? Is this what I work for...
4x4 is PRICELESS when you are slipping down a ramp backwards with no help in sight !
The 34 Saber is quite deep. I've taken people out that cannot see over the dash.Originally Posted by tblrklakemo
you did a great job on that boat paul.Originally Posted by Hot Boat
I've done both and thoroughly enjoy my current "sit down".
Before I sat down I could never imagine that I would like it. Now after owning a sit down boat I cant imagine I would ever want to stand again. Ive spent some time in Hot Boats ride both before and after his conversion....I prefer that sitting as well.
I do have a bad back and it hasnt been a problem.
The only time a miss standing is when docking, the sit down seats do get in the way a bit.
Thats my story and Im sticking to it
My father has a bad back wont' drive past 40 sitting down because of the chop where we are on Georgian Bay. I'm headed there myself if I'm not careful. I think it all depends on where you boat and the conditions. If there are more rough days than calm, and you plan on playing the high-performance boating game for as long as possible, standing is the way to go. Sitting actually puts more stress on your spine than standing as it is, so this might be something to considerOriginally Posted by Panther
Thus, why you & I, have Baja's.Originally Posted by Codered
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