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Old 03-22-2009, 10:24 PM
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Dave Scadden McKenzie Drifter X3 3 man pontoon

Hey Guys, if anyone is interested I am selling my boat to finance a new engine in the fish wagon.
I am selling my Dave Scadden McKenzie Drifter X3. This is a 3 man pontoon boat that I used only 4-5 times.
The boat comes fully equipped with all extras and accessories.

The boat also comes with a custom aluminum trailer built by Montrose Trailers to my specs. The all aluminum trailer only weighs a few hundred pounds and can be easily wheeled around by hand. I bought this boat for accessing difficult streams without a proper launch.

The boat only weighs about 150 pounds with all accessories installed and can be carried down to the river easily.

The boat originally cost over $4400 with all the extras and $2300 for the custom trailer. That's a total of $6700
I'll let it go for $5000 Price reduced to $4000
Boat is in mint condition and has been stored inside my garage

734-717-2497

Check the Dave Scadden website for specifications.
http://www.store.northforkoutdoors.c...&products_id=4
Note the price he has listed does not include all the extras like Lean bars, seat pedestals, anchor, side storage bags etc.
Thanks


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Old 03-22-2009, 10:49 PM
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dang, wish i had the money for that right now
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Old 06-25-2009, 01:15 AM
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Priced reduced to $4000
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Old 06-25-2009, 01:25 PM
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Nice trailer

That is a nice trailer! Note that the boat sits down between the wheels. Most pontoon boats sit above the wheels. It's eaier to build that way. But usually, you can't see over the boat when towing or backing until you start down the ramp. And you need to back further down into the water to pull the boat back up onto the trailer.

Someone grab this.
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Old 06-25-2009, 10:43 PM
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That is a nice trailer! Note that the boat sits down between the wheels. Most pontoon boats sit above the wheels. It's eaier to build that way. But usually, you can't see over the boat when towing or backing until you start down the ramp. And you need to back further down into the water to pull the boat back up onto the trailer.

Someone grab this.
Thanks for the kind words. I had that trailer custom made by Montrose trailers just for this boat. The trailer is all aluminum and very light. I also had him derate the springs so the boat wouldn't bounce around too much.
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Old 12-29-2009, 10:29 AM
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Is this boat still available?
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