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Old 11-09-2010, 09:14 PM
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Somebody makes a boat you can just fill with gas and go???????
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Old 11-09-2010, 09:49 PM
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Somebody makes a boat you can just fill with gas and go???????



You are correct! His name is Reggie (cool hair, snappy dresser, you know the guy ) and you can purchase one of his models in a 35', 38', and 42' version that will run in the 90 MPH +/- range in a stock, fil'em and run'em, change the fluids on occasion, 525 EFI Merc version.
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Thanks Dad, way to spoil the shopping fun!!!!
lol and I told you to keep your hands in your pocket young man!!!
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Old 11-10-2010, 10:07 AM
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thanks for the ideas and the lesson guys
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Old 11-10-2010, 10:26 AM
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Drive the ones you are interested in, list the things you like, the things you don't and buy what you want. Everyone on here will give you a different opinion, usually based on brand loyalty.
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Old 11-10-2010, 07:09 PM
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Look at a 32 sunsation 2006 and up model. Sizes up very well with a 35 fountain or a 35 cig. Only 1 tank to fill at the gas station so you dont have to move either to.Both of the others listed had two tanks i was on.
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Old 11-10-2010, 07:17 PM
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Look at a 32 sunsation 2006 and up model. Sizes up very well with a 35 fountain or a 35 cig. Only 1 tank to fill at the gas station so you dont have to move either to.Both of the others listed had two tanks i was on.
What 35 Cig are you seeing that sizes up w/ a 32 Sunny?

Are you sure it wasn't a 28 cig?
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Look at a 32 sunsation 2006 and up model. Sizes up very well with a 35 fountain or a 35 cig. Only 1 tank to fill at the gas station so you dont have to move either to.Both of the others listed had two tanks i was on.
I am a big fan of Sunsation boats, but to say a 35 Cig and a 32 Sunation is way wrong. Now thw 36 Sunation is bigger than the 35 Cig. Sunsation is a great boat company but the truth is the truth.
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Old 11-10-2010, 08:00 PM
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Look at a 32 sunsation 2006 and up model. Sizes up very well with a 35 fountain or a 35 cig. Only 1 tank to fill at the gas station so you dont have to move either to.Both of the others listed had two tanks i was on.
Call me biased, but I wouldn't pass up a 35 CIG for a 32 Sunsation because fueling it is easier.......
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A Sunsation isnt even close to a Cigarette and the 36 is only a stretched 32 with a platform so Id say the 35 Cig is still bigger.
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