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Old 05-15-2021, 12:26 PM
IowaWalleye1978 IowaWalleye1978 is offline
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Default Lund pro v 2075 draft

Anyone happen to know the draft of a Lund pro v 2075? Thanks
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Old 05-16-2021, 10:05 AM
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16-18" with a 9.9 Pro kicker & 300 XS pro.

I'll measure it also & post an update so I'm more accurate

Happy fishing!!
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Old 05-16-2021, 12:19 PM
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16-18" with a 9.9 Pro kicker & 300 XS pro.

I'll measure it also & post an update so I'm more accurate

Happy fishing!!
Thanks. I couldn’t find it on lunds website. The lake I’m on is crazy low and just hoping I will be able to float it on to the boat lift!
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Old 05-17-2021, 05:20 AM
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Perhaps check out Liquid Rollers....the were a game changer with mind on shallow launches. But the stuff has to be applied every couple months.

When I apply 2 cans on the bunks, I have to keep the winch strap connected to the boat because the boat will actually side back by backing it down a ramp... The stuff is beyond amazingly slippery. Tap the breaks & that boat is going to move when it's liberally applied. It'll even slide backing down a steep ramp!

I have some super shallow electric only lakes around me that I have to still test launching with once I respray


Happy fishing!!
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Old 05-17-2021, 05:22 AM
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Totally different thought with this but you also have a 2075--- does your starboard gunnel have any plywood under it for reinforcement?

Lund said "yes it does", then denied a warranty claim by saying "no it does not". Left me in a spot questioning them


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Old 05-17-2021, 07:02 AM
IowaWalleye1978 IowaWalleye1978 is offline
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Perhaps check out Liquid Rollers....the were a game changer with mind on shallow launches. But the stuff has to be applied every couple months.

When I apply 2 cans on the bunks, I have to keep the winch strap connected to the boat because the boat will actually side back by backing it down a ramp... The stuff is beyond amazingly slippery. Tap the breaks & that boat is going to move when it's liberally applied. It'll even slide backing down a steep ramp!

I have some super shallow electric only lakes around me that I have to still test launching with once I respray


Happy fishing!!
I can get it on and off the trailer. The lake that I’m on is 2 feet down from last year so it could be dicey getting on and off my boat lift.
Think I will be able to now but if it’s a dry summer probably won’t towards the mid or end of the season.
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Old 05-17-2021, 10:13 PM
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I measured it... Looks like 19" +/- a little bit either way

Happy fishing!!
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