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Old 04-21-2003, 10:05 PM
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I need some advise, I am looking to upgrade from a 26 ft boat to a 31 ft boat and of all of the boats i have looked at i like the cigarette bulletts. They are a heavy boat which gives them a good ride and they are know to be built very solid. My question is what do other people think of them as far as ther ride and durabilty, what should i look for in buying one, and what should i pay. I see 92's in the middle fifties and 88's in the middle seventies. Please give me some help and as always thanks.
 
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Old 04-21-2003, 11:48 PM
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Try to get one with Bravo drives and Hyd. steering...thats about all i could think of.

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Back4moore why do you think bravos
 
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Less weight, more efficent, better resale...can upgrade to shorter lowers in the future...parts are still avalible.
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Good reading.
Forgot to mention Bravos are faster.
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Hey, thats hittin below the belt.
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Nothing shifts smoother that a trs setup. They were great on my old gun.
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Nothing shifts smoother that a trs setup. They were great on my old gun.
Just look at the new Imco 4 X 4 they too use the good old external transmission.

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Thumbs up I love my Bullet

GO with a Bullet you will not be unhappy. Mine has Brovos with Power Shift, and they shift just like TRS. I would go with Brovos because of the room in the Bullets bilge is limited. I would look at hydro steering as well really makes the boat Nice. All around if you want a good trailering boat, still have the size and weight to Handel the water. Hands Down the Bullet is King.
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