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Old 07-21-2010, 05:44 PM
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I heard a little more than 300K.
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What would be the reason a person buy a 36or 368 over a 388?

I am assuming the 388 is faster with same power?
I'm curious too. Why would someone order a 36 when the 368 is faster? I could only see in a rare case where the 11' beam is too wide (for storage or slip), so the 10' beam would be an option.

Another thought - Does the 368 have its own mold or is a 36 cut in half and widened? I guess that widening could bring a significant upcharge in labor and make a 36 more affordable??
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I'm curious too. Why would someone order a 36 when the 368 is faster? I could only see in a rare case where the 11' beam is too wide (for storage or slip), so the 10' beam would be an option.

Another thought - Does the 368 have its own mold or is a 36 cut in half and widened? I guess that widening could bring a significant upcharge in labor and make a 36 more affordable??
You would be correct. Cut and widened and therefor more $$$
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I thought a 2x4 setup was widened in order to accommodate the 4th rear seat?
Ahhh well Mike you are mistaken. If you ever need any info you can just call me!!! You know DA MAN!!!
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thats what teague realized in sarasota
Why is that? I heard he was out in front that race
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I'm curious too. Why would someone order a 36 when the 368 is faster? I could only see in a rare case where the 11' beam is too wide (for storage or slip), so the 10' beam would be an option.

Another thought - Does the 368 have its own mold or is a 36 cut in half and widened? I guess that widening could bring a significant upcharge in labor and make a 36 more affordable??
368 has it's own mold
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nope ....it has to be true it was posted on OSO.....
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Somebody spent a ton of money on a beautiful boat and should be congratulated, not ripped apart. Boaters are supposed to be the most courteous people around, always willing to help, and yet we shred our own. Good luck, I wish I could afford it.
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Congrats to Pier 57 on the sale and congrats to the new owner of that beautiful boat!

Seems funny though how a Skater only lasted hours on that dealer's lot but the MTI's are collecting cobwebs!
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