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Old 03-09-2011, 12:56 PM
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derrickc I have one in the classifieds call me if you would like to talk about it. thanks Dwane
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They look good to me. Deal killer was side-by-side engines.
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They look good to me. Deal killer was side-by-side engines.
Does anyone make a staggered 35?

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Old 03-10-2011, 09:11 AM
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I think 35 Fountain can be ordered staggered, BUT there is hardly any cockpit room. PB tested 1 a couple of years ago.
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They are a good buy in my book too.
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I have been running a 35 flame since 2005 mostly in Lake Erie which gets rough, handles most of what you through at it. This is a 2005 with 525's and only 120 hours, for sale!
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Does anyone make a staggered 35?

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All fountain 2007 and newer 35's are staggered,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, but they are really only 30 foot boats because of the swim platform, beak and notch transom.

So Car Crash you could have looked at the 38's from I think 2003 and up????

How much do you lose on the swim with the Nordic? I always liked the looks of them.
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Frank is a friend of mine ! I have run side by side with 4 footers on lake erie with him at least until he blew me away. LOL ! Never boated the ocean with a hi preformance boat but heard Lake Eire is much tougher according to my friends . Great running rough water boat !
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(How much do you lose on the swim with the Nordic? I always liked the looks of them.)

Not much the swim platform is about 18 inches.
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Found my new boat time to make a deal on the 35 Nordic.
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