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Old 11-24-2010, 10:46 AM
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Was curious why there is not much discussion on these boats. Many of them seem to come equipt with big power and nice rigging so i didn't know why there isn't any informantion on them. I have never been on one but from the pics i see the 300t looks like a pretty nice boat.
Does anyone have any info about the hull design? Deadrise? is this hull a copy of another brand or their own design? the 30' seems to be a full 30 which is around the size i'm looking for.

Basically any info or links would be great.

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Oh ,i just checked there website looks like 24 deg deadrise. Should be a pretty nice ride in rough then.NO?
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Hallet builds a great boat and have been building boats longer than most others. I suppose you don't see a lot about them due to them being a "west coast" built boat.

They're built exrtremely well and from what I've seen pride themselves on going with an old school flare (such as the use of a lot of teak in their boats).

Friends of ours have one of the 40's with the door in the bow. They've had it since new and it's an 01. THey have run the crap out of that boat in all types of conditions all over the western U.S. and have not had one problem. Great boat from what I've seen.
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I love the teak. think it is so classy.
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I love the teak. think it is so classy.
Theres some teak accents on the 90's Top Gun and most like to replace it with that Lexon stuff. I actually like the teak too (table, cooler lid, entrance).
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Been considering this one. Looks nice. He mentions 509 merc. do you think that is that the 525 merc
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Been considering this one. Looks nice. He mentions 509 merc. do you think that is that the 525 merc
What years the boat? Natural or SC motors?
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http://www.boattrader.com/listing/19...t-300-97167409

fogot the link

no pics of motors
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Thats a good looking boat and appears to be in good shape. Only thing I'd do is new gauges, wheel and throttles to update the dash away from the black.

Depending on how serious you are and where you're located, I have a guy that's about 45 minutes from there. He can check it out, leak the motor down and give you good hands on feed back if you're not able to get out for that.
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