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Here are a few pics of my 95 18ft bass tracker with a 90hp johnson and one I just bought this weekend to restore. 1978 bass tracker with 35 johnson.

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This is my G3 1548 Gator tough VBW. It’s a 2004 with a 25hp. The folding chair was my grandfather’s from the 80s! It is more comfortable for my wife than the bench.


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Douglasdzaster wrote: 06 Feb 2021, 01:10 She’s not pretty but she fishes great and is as fast as you want for a Jon boat.https://tinboats.net/forum/download/fil ... &id=108479
How does she handle with a 40HP? I think i have a similar boat, 1988 Fisher, 16 feet x 5 feet wide, flat bottom, with plywood floor. Getting a new outboard and wondering if 40 would be too much.

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1988 Fisher Jon Boat - AKA Krusty Krab
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I’m sorry I just saw your question. Mine is a short shaft and with it on the top trim pin (trimmed all the way) by myself with a light load it took off trimmed out I was on my way. The boat never stood up then came down it was a straight whole shot. Gotta watch other boat wakes as it got a little squarely when I wasn’t paying attention. Later the wind blew and we had some decent waves but no white caps. I was riding rough just cruising until I went for wot then the boat got on top of the waves. My ride was smoother and I had good control. All that being said later the carburetors were starting to leak some. I opened them up to replace the needle valves or stuck floats. I found a mess. I’ve never seen carburetors looking this bad and engine still run. The floats where way to high , corrosion. I cleaned the carburetor bodies to look new and had to have a machine shop remove the seats and a jet that someone had stripped. Replaced everything with new parts and have adjusted the idle were it runs smoother than before. I’m finally going to get to put it back on the water this Saturday. I’m thinking I’m in for a ride as long as I have everything adjusted correctly . I’ll let you know how it handles now. As far as the boat it holds the engine great. Doesn’t seem to weigh in down. I’ll have to post a new picture when I’m finished with the boat. I’ve built and upholstered new seats for the back, all new wiring etc. Oh mine is a 2 stroke weighs less than the new 4 strokes.
1982 Monark 1652 / 1992. 3 cylinder 40 hp. Yamaha

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Hey Rockfishnc, Did you get a new motor yet for the Krusty Krab? I’m enjoying the 40hp Yamaha on mine. With the 16/52 I have and the motor I’m the only flat bottom still on the lake when the wind picks up. About 2 weeks ago I was really glad. I got caught on the wrong side of the lake when it got rough quick. But it got me across and back where I belonged.
Just giving you a report on how it’s working out. Be safe.
1982 Monark 1652 / 1992. 3 cylinder 40 hp. Yamaha

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84 Tracker Tournament V17. I dressed it up a couple years ago, some new wheels on the trailer and paint on the boat.
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Here's my '76 Alumacraft jon to bass boat conversion. It sat for almost 20 years, but the pandemic gave me time to actually finish it. It doesn't hold a candle to some of the beautiful boats I've seen here. I hope to learn a lot from this forum for the next build!
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Here’s my new to me boat! 1997 SeaArk MV1648P and it came with a 1977 Johnson 25 that I’m refreshing now.
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PapaParrott wrote: 14 Jun 2021, 21:40 Here’s my new to me boat! 1997 SeaArk MV1648P and it came with a 1977 Johnson 25 that I’m refreshing now.
Looks great! Post more pics when you finish refreshing
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Hello everyone!! new to the forum.

1995 - 16 ft lowe
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