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Old 08-13-2007, 05:00 PM
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Has anyone seen or heard of these boats rolling over when turning at relatively slow speeds say mid 40's?
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I know one rolled last year (or year before) on the Chain of Lakes in Illinois, but I do not know the specifics of the roll. You might be able to do a search and find more information.
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Sounds like a loaded question to me. Why do you want to know?

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Interesting question for a first post.
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Has anyone seen or heard of these boats rolling over when turning at relatively slow speeds say mid 40's?
I think you can roll any twin step boat at those speeds!
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Old 08-13-2007, 05:51 PM
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It's never the boat that rolls. It's the driver of a stepped hull when operating improperly or recklessly.
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Yes more than 1 has spun/rolled.....
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Although I know of one personally that spun out, I really do like the boat besides thats fact.
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I know one rolled last year (or year before) on the Chain of Lakes in Illinois, but I do not know the specifics of the roll. You might be able to do a search and find more information.
I think it was determined that the skipper of that vessel was driving like a butthole,so I don't think that gives the boat a fair shake.
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