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Boat Weight

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I have a 1991 Pro V 1660 with a 1991 Merc 75. I was wondering if anyone had an idea of how much it weighs or if anyone knows where I could find the weight (other than a scale). Thanks

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1126.7 pounds. confused.gif

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LOL @ chris63.. that probably not a bad guess... I did a search for your boat.. and lund didn't make a 1660 in 91?.. They did in 92?... The dry weight of a 1992 PROV 1660DLX was about 830lbs... the 91 merc dry weight of approx 300 lbs...so 1130lbs plus whatever you have added to the boat in eletronics, trolling moter ext..

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Thank You Very Much. And yes it is a 1992.

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