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08-21-2018 04:19 PM
Tim_Kelly Was there any mention of an option to get a recessed trlling motor well in the pro guide, impact adventure etc? In the days of Ultrex I would have thought it would be an important issue? Must be possible as the prov bass has it, along with the center rod locker.
08-20-2018 09:10 PM
Kouki7
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No, sorry it's painted silver then.

My point is black looks awful if it's anything less than perfect. My wife and I both drive black vehicles, not really from choice but they are very difficult to keep clean.
Look up cquartz ceramic coat. Made me love my black truck after thinking I made a mistake...
08-18-2018 11:01 PM
martinbns
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Pro V's have silver paint on the bottom, did you get one unpainted?
No, sorry it's painted silver then.

My point is black looks awful if it's anything less than perfect. My wife and I both drive black vehicles, not really from choice but they are very difficult to keep clean.
08-18-2018 08:23 PM
Scott C
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I agree with you, our first boat was black and it looked disgusting as we leave ours in the water all summer.

Our current boat is white with no paint on the bottom.
Pro V's have silver paint on the bottom, did you get one unpainted?
08-18-2018 07:22 PM
martinbns
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I can't understand this trend towards black aluminum boats. With the bottom black now you don't have to just worry about dock rash on the sides, but also hitting the trailer too hard loading up, hitting a log in shallow water, etc. Yes, the black looks nice, but I don't want to have to worry about my boat constantly when I'm out fishing. Aluminum boats used to be utilitarian and not show queens.
I agree with you, our first boat was black and it looked disgusting as we leave ours in the water all summer.

Our current boat is white with no paint on the bottom.
08-18-2018 06:47 PM
T Mac
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I can't understand this trend towards black aluminum boats. With the bottom black now you don't have to just worry about dock rash on the sides, but also hitting the trailer too hard loading up, hitting a log in shallow water, etc. Yes, the black looks nice, but I don't want to have to worry about my boat constantly when I'm out fishing. Aluminum boats used to be utilitarian and not show queens.
"Different strokes for different folks" (from the 70's )
Black is simply an option
My own 20 Alaskan is white with no bottom paint .
08-18-2018 06:18 PM
queenswake I can't understand this trend towards black aluminum boats. With the bottom black now you don't have to just worry about dock rash on the sides, but also hitting the trailer too hard loading up, hitting a log in shallow water, etc. Yes, the black looks nice, but I don't want to have to worry about my boat constantly when I'm out fishing. Aluminum boats used to be utilitarian and not show queens.
08-18-2018 11:18 AM
T Mac
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probably still looking for the steering wheel,,,,,,,

hrg
lol!
08-18-2018 11:17 AM
T Mac
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Got the navigation lights flipped around!
LOL...Good eyes Heyyy...this is a back troller.


PS: This one just came off the line. Not ready to ship, yet.
08-18-2018 08:18 AM
cbprov
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Probably still looking for the steering wheel,,,,,,,

HRG
lol
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