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Old 07-12-2019, 05:17 PM
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Default Lunds discontinued tiller

Lund announced they would no longer produce and sell the 20' fiberglass tiller. Did anybody buy one this year? Looking for some info on the last models produced and sold.

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Old 07-12-2019, 09:45 PM
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That hull sucked IMO.
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Old 07-12-2019, 09:50 PM
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Scott,
In your opinion what were the defects in that hull?
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Old 07-13-2019, 05:00 PM
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To my knowledge, 2018 was the last year they produced the gl tiller. I personally hated the design. The hull was WAY too wide and the storage/layout was poorly designed but of course that's subjective. It was a slow, rough hull compared to other 20' tillers and it really lacked the dead rise needed in a big tiller. It essentially was the 208 gl with the consoles removed and most guys I know that bought one sold them and went back to a 2075PG. The rear livewells were also known for not being completely sealed so water would splash out into the bilge. I wasn't a fan.
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Scott,
In your opinion what were the defects in that hull?
Extremely rough ride IMO. It slapped the water, it didn't sound real solid in my opinion either just riding in it. Mine was the 208 tyee, same hull, different top cap. Seems I have heard others in the pat complain about this hull as well. I just know when I got my new boat everyone warned me it was going to ride rougher, be loud, etc. In reality this boat rides night and day better compared to the 208 hull I had. I am just a sample size of 1, but my co-angler couldn't believe the difference either.
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