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Old 07-01-2019, 07:08 AM
YATYAS YATYAS is offline
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For comparison's sake, here's a V1890, also with a Merc 90 on it. Need to add the Vantage, plus whatever else would make it apples to apples. Since these are both current-year 2019's, I'd have to assume that these prices are MSRP.

https://centrepowersports.com/produc...l-desert-sand/

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Nice boat. It looks like the base price is about 10K over the Lund. About the only upgrade I can see is that it has a Vantage and assume a cover. Add pro-tiller steering, 3 graphs, wave-wackers, and an Ulterra and that will kiss $55K.

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Old 07-01-2019, 07:09 AM
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That's what I'm saying, you have to compare equal boats. Add all those accessories to an 1875 and get back to me. You'll be around 41-42k depending on the dealer.
Add the same accessories on the 1890 and you will be over $50K.

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Old 07-01-2019, 07:11 AM
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Add the same accessories on the 1890 and you will be over $50K.
News flash, the Warrior comes with that...standard. You really need to do some research before opening your mouth and learn to admit when you're wrong. Plus this particular Warrior also has hydraulic steering.
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Old 07-01-2019, 07:21 AM
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News flash, the Warrior comes with that...standard. You really need to do some research before opening your mouth and learn to admit when you're wrong. Plus this particular Warrior also has hydraulic steering.
Clever marketing. The boat features list it but it is generic. The picture of the actual boat does not show it. Maybe it does have it. It doesn't matter, you can add the other items I listed and it will be over $50K.

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Old 07-01-2019, 07:30 AM
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Hmm...picture doesn't show a vantage, try again. Look closely and you'll see the hydraulic hoses for the hydraulic steering too. Now you're changing your story; we're not talking about adding accessories to make an 1890 55k. We're talking about both boats being approximately 4k of each other. Being humble is something you should work on.
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Old 07-01-2019, 07:39 AM
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Hmm...picture doesn't show a vantage, try again. Look closely and you'll see the hydraulic hoses for the hydraulic steering too. Now you're changing your story; we're not talking about adding accessories to make an 1890 55k. We're talking about both boats being approximately 4k of each other. Being humble is something you should work on.
The Vantage just barely appears in this view. The Merc has some sort of steering system, as evidenced by the cylinder bracket. But, can't tell if it's a Uflex-Titan, or a Merc BT power steering. I don't think the Warrior Pro-Tiller system uses the same type of cylinder bracket?

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ps, the Vantage is shown in the side view.
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Old 07-01-2019, 07:39 AM
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I keep flip flopping on what boat to purchase. I just sold my 17ft tiller because I didn't like the very(3+ ft waves) rough water ride and instability it had with a 61inch chine especially when moving around the front casting deck. I was thinking of going back to a glass windshield boat but keep thinking I should find a wider more stable tiller. The Lund 1875 pro-guide seems like it might fit with the design and price point but I would really like to try it on the water.

If anyone has a Lund Pro-Guide 1875 and is willing to take me for a quick ride or fishing please PM me. I live in Metro Twin Cities and wouldn't require much of your time. I can meet you quickly at the beginning or end of one of your fishing outings or go fishing if you want some company.

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Good luck boat shopping. I hope you get what you what for the price point you are shopping for.
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Old 10-01-2019, 10:10 PM
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News flash, the Warrior comes with that...standard. You really need to do some research before opening your mouth and learn to admit when you're wrong. Plus this particular Warrior also has hydraulic steering.
How do you like your warrior Yamaha combo? I am looking at the 1890 vs a 1875 Lund... your thoughts on glass vs aluminum, storage, fishability, electronics layout, and any other tips.
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Old 10-05-2019, 03:23 PM
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How do you like your warrior Yamaha combo? I am looking at the 1890 vs a 1875 Lund... your thoughts on glass vs aluminum, storage, fishability, electronics layout, and any other tips.
I love it!
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Old 10-07-2019, 09:05 AM
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I just purchased a 2019, 1890, 3 graphs, 2 trolling motors all said and done 55k
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