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Old 01-14-2010, 11:56 AM
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Lickitysplit;

So is your boat a 96' or 02'?

I think Latitude should start offering the sport deck again, I think there would be alot of interest if they could produce a hull of equal strength to the Powerplay out of the same molds.
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Hey Guys
I was in florida two weeks ago to look at two one with 300 outboards and one with no motors io the outboard ran great in 6 footers came out of the hole like crazy loved it but motors had 300 hours
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Old 01-17-2010, 09:56 PM
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300 hrs on outboards in nothing,
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Old 01-18-2010, 04:17 AM
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What kind of shape was the one with no motors like? Other than ugly colors...
Any signs of water, or transom/stringer issues?
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Is there any room to move the engines ahead a foot in the 33's? Looking at the picturesabove it seems that there's only about 4" in front of the crank pulley.
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why would you want to move the engines ahead a foot???
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why would you want to move the engines ahead a foot???
Do you have the 33 PP B1 Boat?
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yeah....
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for when i would want to put in trannies and Konrads -- I'm tired of Bravos...

Did you get a chance to get some pictures yet? I would like to see the cockpit layout and engine compartment.

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no not yet, i will though....
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