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Finding Forester Pontoon Dealers???

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Love my older Forester, would like to get a new one. I know they are made in Grand Rapids, but does anyone know of a dealer that sells them south of the Twin Cities? Thanks.

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I could be wrong, but I thought Forester Boats went out of business??

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You might call T&M Marine in Grand Rapids(218) 326-4223. I have seen ads listing location in other places with Phone number going to T&M.

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there is a dealer in brainerd - cant think of the name but i know they had forester pontoons cause my dad was looking at them.

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I have a 16' deep V Forester, and they are out of business. I would assume the pontoon business met the same fate. Too bad, it's been a good boat for me.

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Just drove past Southside Sports in Royalton MN. They have 3 pontoon boats in the yard

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