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Old 12-12-2003, 11:32 AM
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Have you ever thought about one of the Reindl 28? They will handle any water you can give it and is a very easy boat to handle around the docks! Almost no bowrise and would be great for skiing. ALSO...i would bet you that you would never run into another boat on the lake like yours!!
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Old 12-12-2003, 12:16 PM
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Tool man , How are you ?
Don't wory about sucking too much gas , they make more every day !!!
Don't give up the big boat . Just get a bigger motor home ! I can build you one if you like !
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Here'a a couple more pics - these were from Lauderdale this year - BH
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Old 12-12-2003, 02:23 PM
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Have you ever ridden in a 27 Activator? I did'nt think so. I have owned a 28 Pantera and a 27 Activator. So I would say I would know more than most when comparing these two boats. The 27 Activator is the best single engine v-bottom performance boat ever built! Just my .02
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The 27 Activator is the best single engine v-bottom performance boat ever built! Just my .02
That is a bold statement, and more of an opinion than fact in my eyes, but I only boat on lakes so I don't have alot of rough water experience.
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I agree it is a bold statement, but backed up with alot of results the last 3 years. I'm not saying that it is the best boat built, just the best single engine v bottom (PERFORMANCE BOAT) ever built. The boat can't be touched in BIG water.
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