WTB 40hp,electric start, tiller

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  1. azfunn

    azfunn Senior Refuge Member

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    Still looking---long shaft, tiller, electric start.
     
  2. 12ga

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    I want $19,754.67 for it.:dv I don't want a 40 hp anything, thats D ick that want it.:tu
     
  3. Kurt

    Kurt Senior Refuge Member

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    So we're looking for two 40 hp motors?!? I knew Dick wanted one, but didn't know Ron wanted one too. We'll have a great race!

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    12ga Banned

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    If I were to sell my ProDrive and keep the boat for fishing (which I doubht) I would put a 70-90 hp merc tiller on it.
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    Why not just put a jet drive on it so you don't have to worry about the prop? :dv
     
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    Jet drives ssssuck!:cool:
     
  7. Kurt

    Kurt Senior Refuge Member

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    You couldn't handle a 70 - 90 hp tiller. Those are big engines and meant for younger, stronger men. If you go tiller, get yourself a nice 4 stroke 15 hp.

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    I have a BIG TILLER and I handle IT just fine. :grvn You're just jealous cause I can still go when I want.:dv
     
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    Kurt Senior Refuge Member

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    12ga,

    I was more referring to the speed of a 70 or 90 hp tiller. Your garden tractor tiller tops out at maybe 30mph downhill. I'm not sure you could handle the speed and dynamic handling attributes of a boat that could provides speeds in excess of 35 mph. You may need some form of driving and boat handling instructions for such speeds.

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    True. But they also bbbblow! :yes
     

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