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Old 04-07-2013, 02:40 PM
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Default Re: Lund boat

Gary's a Lund owner and his word seems solid regarding experience with his. My kudos go to the power trim! If I didn't have the ability to raise the foot of my motor with my pinkie finger I would have had plenty of trouble over the years. You will be running a prop and not a jet but not having to pre set the trim is a joy to be appreciated.

Sounds like a great Walleye boat,

Ard
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