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16 ft lund rebel 25 hp Honda 4 stroke

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ds    0
ds

I am posting this for a friend.

For Sale:

1987 Lund Rebel with 1998 Honda 25 hp tiller and 2001 EZ-Loader bunk trailer. Boat has flat floor with pedestal seats, livewell and lights and rod locker. Package comes with Minkota trolling motor, depth finder, 12 volt battery, and spare tire for trailer. The boat is in great condition, the motor and trailer are in near mint condition. Pictures available upon request. $3,000 or Best Offer.

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Finns    25
Finns

Pics please. finns3 at stjoelive.com

Finns.

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Scrod    0
Scrod

pics please twinsfan @ yahoo.com

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Burchoid    0
Burchoid

Very interested, may buy today. Send contact info and pics to burchoid@gmail.com asap.

thanks!

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vizsla01

If not sold, please send some pics my way. redpntr@yahoo.com This sounds like what i'm looking for!

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soldoncass    0
soldoncass

pics please to: dchunter46athotmail.com

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jparrucci

I'll take pics too. jparrucci@yahoo.com. I really only need the boat, I already have a 04 25hp Merc and an older 15 hp johnson-any chance you would be willing to seperate? What speeds does she do with the 25 on it? Thanks!

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I'll take pics too.
I really only need the boat, I already have a 04 25hp Merc and an older 15 hp johnson-any chance you would be willing to seperate? What speeds does she do with the 25 on it? Thanks!


I'd be interested in the motor only if the above offer is of interest to the seller.

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Fishing Addiction    0
Fishing Addiction

Thanks for the interest in my boat that ds has listed for me. Pics have been sent to all who have asked for them. I would like to see the boat , motor, & trailer as a package but would consider splitting it up if one of you buys the boat and the other the motor. Thanks.

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mjudov

Please send me your phone number. My father in-law is interested in your boat but does not have e-mail. mjudov@hotmail.com

another thought his name is Ron. you could reach him at 218-473-2974

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fishermn    0
fishermn

I'd like some idea as to what you would like for the motor. You can either post here or email me at dsmaki at yahoo

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riverrat56

Thats a great price for the boat, I picked up an 89 Rebel 16ft with a 1990 40 hp Evinrude, and a 1990 Ez-loader trailer for $3850 this spring, and that boat included no extras except seats and 1 battery. The 40 hp motor is to big for the boat IMO, with 2 people on boat it has a very noticible bounce at WOT, and by your self you cant run wide open with out getting airborn, although fun, not practicle. My point is a 25 hp motor is better matched to this boat, it will troll down slower and not lose to much in top speed.

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Yes the rebel with the forty really is light in the front end w/o trim and tilt. I found I needed a fin to get mine on plane quicker. With a fin & Trim & tilt it's a good match with the 40

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Fishing Addiction

Thanks everyone for the interest in my boat. Pictures have been sent to everyone who has asked for them. It has not sold yet. The 25hp Honda handles this boat very well. It does not do any bouncing when planned out nor do I need any special fins or anything along that line to get it to plane out. The 25 Honda also trolls right down to a very slow speed which is sometimes very nice when chasing walleyes. Thanks for taking a look.

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