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    VIP Member VIP Member BraceYourself's Avatar
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    42 outerlimits epoxy in the rough ???

    In 2004 outerlimits started the epoxy layup on the 42, I think?I'm interested in one with 1075's and am wondering their handeling characteristics. Are they going to handle Lake Erie water as well as a cigarette. How does the extra beam affect things. Are the boats going to hold together in big water (a lot of frilly stuff on them), how are the 1075's in relationship to that size? Any info on this boat is greatly appreciated. Has anyone on here owned both a cig and epoxy OL.
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    If you are talking real rough water-you do not want the epoxy one.A cigarette would be better.

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    I have not been on a 42 Cig for any length of time..but have been with Mike driving his dad's (Paul) trip 525 42 at the Ft Laud show in I believe 06. The boat did everything it was suppose to do and then some with Mike driving..At 80 Mph 4-5 footers it landed level..but extremely solid and harder than what I particular cared for. There are always give's and take's
    on every boat. Jeff

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