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Old 02-05-2015, 07:59 PM
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Default Lund 1750 Rebel XS What are your thoughts?

Just asking guys and gals, So far the All New 1750 Rebel XS has been very well received by customers, granted its only been out for a month but everyone is talking about it at shows, kind of like when the Impact came out. Im just bored and figured id ask the Pros, It has a small center rod storage, Aft seat option like most, Ski Tow bar for Family use, and with that New 90 Mercury she runs awesome according to the factory, she ran 28 with a 60 Mercury with Spitfire prop, heck thats about as fast as most companys 16footers with a 50. Thanks in advance for your Opinions
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Old 02-06-2015, 05:16 AM
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I have the 1625 and love it, the only thing I do not like about the new 1750 model is the 19 gallon gas tank. Thats a little small if you are going to hang a 90 or 115 (depending on config)
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Old 02-06-2015, 06:38 AM
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Default Any additional pictures of the tiller model

MERCONLY- Do you have any additional pictures of the tiller model? I can't seem to find any of it on the web or Lund's website........looks like a good value.....I like the Impact models and I always wished they had made it in a tiller. This looks to be Lund's answer to that.
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MERCONLY- Do you have any additional pictures of the tiller model? I can't seem to find any of it on the web or Lund's website........looks like a good value.....I like the Impact models and I always wished they had made it in a tiller. This looks to be Lund's answer to that.


That's what Ive been hoping for since the Impact was introduced. The Pro guides just have to many amenities that I don't need which drives up the cost out of my range.

This year they built the new Pro Guides on a hull really similar to the Impact. The cost of a 1775 is going to be pretty close to 40 k I think. Ouch.

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MERCONLY- Do you have any additional pictures of the tiller model? I can't seem to find any of it on the web or Lund's website........looks like a good value.....I like the Impact models and I always wished they had made it in a tiller. This looks to be Lund's answer to that.
I reached out to a pretty high up the ladder contact at Lund this morning, asking for something to share with the masses, and was pretty much told to go sit in the corner,,,,,,

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Old 02-06-2015, 01:16 PM
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I have an 1875 rebel.. Bought it new in 2011.

Great boat. It's pretty bare on the options, but as far as I am concerned it was the best bang for the buck when we bought. I would def recommend.


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I reached out to a pretty high up the ladder contact at Lund this morning, asking for something to share with the masses, and was pretty much told to go sit in the corner,,,,,,

Oh well, HRG
With a dunce cap on. that's what you get trying to pry info out of lund.

ask them if it will have a 9 ' rod locker for us musky fishermen.
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ask them if it will have a 9 ' rod locker for us musky fishermen.
not me man, I'm on double-secret probation. Someone else needs to TOFTT.

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ps: 'ya know, JohnnieLund went from his 1700 Explorer to a Ranger 175T, which is advertised as having a 9' long rod locker,,,,,,,,,,
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That's what Ive been hoping for since the Impact was introduced. The Pro guides just have to many amenities that I don't need which drives up the cost out of my range.

This year they built the new Pro Guides on a hull really similar to the Impact. The cost of a 1775 is going to be pretty close to 40 k I think. Ouch.

Yeah that is just crazy......maybe this Rebel will be similar the Explorers they did away with......either way it will be an interesting boat once we get to see some details.....I hope anyways.
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not me man, I'm on double-secret probation. Someone else needs to TOFTT.

HRG
ps: 'ya know, JohnnieLund went from his 1700 Explorer to a Ranger 175T, which is advertised as having a 9' long rod locker,,,,,,,,,,
I was not impressed with the 175T. really disappointed actually. Expected much more from Ranger.

I'm going to get in my deathmobile and take a ride up there. I ain't afraid of no double secret probation .
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