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Shane

2004 Crestliner 1750 Fishhawk Single Console, 90 Yamaha 2 Stroke -SOLD-

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2004 Crestliner 1750 Fishhawk Single Console, 90 Yamaha 2 Stroke

Red in color

Remainder of 3 year warranty

2004 Yamaha 90 Horse 2 Stroke

2004 Shorland'r Equi-load trailer with matching graphics / new spare tire mounted

Red snap cover

Purchased matching 3rd seat from dealer

Carpet

55lb. Minnkota bow mount PowerDrive with 2 remote controls + pedal /no auto pilot

2 Interstate trolling motor batteries

Humming Bird 3d widescreen paramount depth finder

I purchased & installed an am/fm cd player, never got around to purchasing & installing speakers though

Will also throw in an Aqua-Vu scout underwater camera, used twice

Garage stored all seasons

Pics

http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/shane4096/album?.dir=b4ec&.src=ph&store=&prodid=&.done=http%3a//photos.yahoo.com/ph//my_photos

$12,500

507-456-4630

Located in Owatonna, MN close to Cabelas

Boat was used about twenty times in the Faribault area & twice to Ottertail. Very low hours. With stock prop, loaded & two people boat averages 35mph.

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How man MPH can the fishhawk with a 90 achieve? Can you pull a water skier no problem?

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Fastest I was able to achieve was 37mph with minimal gear and just myself. I've pulled two skiers with them weighing 200lbs & 130lbs, speeds were between 25-30mph. Lifted them out of the water quickly. These results are with stock prop.

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$12,500

Priced to sell fast, needs to go asap.

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Shane - quick question for you....drop me a line at ajdoon57 at yahoo dot com when you have a chance. Thanks.

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Can you put on a quick pic to show how the boat looks with the snap cover on? Thanks

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Doonbuggy, I responded to your Yahoo email.

TSCTSC, after work tomorrow I'll put it on and snap a pic. It's the factory cover that also carries a warranty & it has three pole support with the windshield pocket.

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