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Old 07-13-2011, 12:57 PM
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Default NFO Challenger xxx vs Avenger xx

These two boats seem very similar, except the challenger seems a little more versatile, in that it can be used frameless or with a third seat (jumpseat).

Any downsize to the challenger?

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Default Re: NFO Challenger xxx vs Avenger xx

I have the challenger and like it so far, but I've only used it once. I hope to change that. The only observation I had was I need to inflate the floor a little bit more next time.

I added a couple of d-rings so that I have 3 seats without the frame. I think I will probably buy a frame for it to use on lakes with a small outboard. You can get the motor mount for the frameless also, but my Dad really wants to sit up higher on the lakes.

Let me know if you have other questions.
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