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Old 11-01-2007, 10:15 PM
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Can't beat a CC with outboards!

My dad just ordered a 35' CC with 480 Yanmars and Waterjets. Hello shallow water cruising. Not for everyone but shoudl be an awesome package when finished.
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Old 11-02-2007, 12:20 AM
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A Jupiter?
No a Strike. We looked at the 34 Jupiter at the show though. IT was the front runner if he went OB.
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Old 11-02-2007, 07:22 AM
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underpressure-Maybe its because of the azz heavy 4 strokes and it wasnt that rough but I didnt have a problem getting some bow lift out of it.Couple clicks above neutral is all she needed.
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Old 11-02-2007, 09:09 AM
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I was reading what some are saying about Jupiter cc
I have the 2007 38 with 3/275 and love the boat

Jupiter Warranty has been great to work with.
It is the dealer that drag there feet with the warranty work.

I don't see were they are cheap in price.
You just have to buy it right.



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That is what I said, the old 27 and the new 29 have a little bow up angle and run nice. I liked both of those boats because of the Hot Rod feel. It is the 31 and 38 that disappoint and are wetter.

Rick,

We are one of the largest dealers in the southeast US. We pay even when the factory doesn't. When OMC went under we ate over $400K taking care of our customers when there was no warranty and that money is long gone. We average 45-50 big centers a month, not many places deal with that many issues and customers.

My comment is they don't pay timely. Not sure who your dealer is. I am glad you like your boat, it is all how you use it, where you use it, and evaluate it against others. At the end of the day it usually comes to opinions, I was just stating facts as I know them, I do this for a living and credibility is everything.

If you were in the mid to low 200's you bought right. They should sell in the high 200's but the dealer network stops that. Never said they were cheap though
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