1999 Logic/Triumph 17' Dual Console with 90hp Yamaha 2 Stroke and EZ-Loader Trailer. WAS asking $5000.00.

NOW $4500.00.

Reasoning (Now Triumph) boats are made of a product called Roplene. It's similar to what kayaks are made of. It's exceptionally durable as compared to fiberglass and nearly half the weight.

I've possessed this boat for about 5 years. I acquired it utilized with a 50hp Honda and repowered it with the 90hp Yamaha a about a year after I got the boat.

Just performed a total carbohydrate cleaning which included removing, taking apart and cleaning each carb. Likewise just recently changed the OEM fuel tank (which is under the floor). Original one had a hole in it from previous owner drilling hole with floor and not understanding tank was there(hole was patched and sealed but I never felt comfortable with it).

Boat features starting battery, anchor and anchor rope, front casting seat, home-made cajun anchor and rope, wired for trolling motor, lots of storage in bow, under consoles and in stern deck. Starboard console has working live well. Port console has even more storage under the front hatch. Bimini Top. Has manual bilge pump.

I'm upfront and truthful about all problems. Boat needs brand-new throttle and control cable televisions. Both cable televisions insulating coverings have dried out and cracked and need to be replaced quickly.

Likewise needs some electrical work for the rear 'anchor' (security) light. Bought a new light pole and it didn't work. Front 'red/green' light works fine.

, if you want more info please contact me back by responding to this ad.. Located in Mandeville/Lacombe Area


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