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Kylersk

See ya on the open water!

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I'm officially a first time boat owner! Just picked up my 2000 Crestliner 1750 sportfish with 115 evinrude from Cabelas.

I'm really impressed with Cabelas service! First, I asked a if it had a charger, he thought it did but would double check. So, I put money down on the boat last week. During the past week, I asked a few other questions and again if it had a charger. His reply was "I havnt had a chance to check, but if it doesnt I'll throw in a cabela's pro charger". Well, it didnt have one so they installed one.

Then, today when I went to pick up the boat, the salesman had bad news. The Trolling motor didnt work and the deep cycle batteries were bad. But, they installed a brand new 70# minnkota and 2 brand new deep cycle batteries!

Now I cant wait for the ice to melt!

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Congrats, I just got my first boat last year. It's a blast out on the water. You got some great customer service. Hope to see ya out there.

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