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    My Lowe 1667

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ID:	568Here are a cpl of pics of my boat the day I brought it home, and a couple of weeks later after I added a few comforts for fishing. I was running a 9.8 Tohatsu but after adding the decks and other junk I decided to upgrade to a 20hp Merc,4S, power tilt, elec start, tiller. Yahoo ,20mph now!! Thought I would add some pics as the boards get quite slow in the winter!!!
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    Money cant buy happiness, but it can buy fishin tackle and that is almost the same thing!!

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    Very nice, those tohatsu motors arent bad either Ive used them on a few rentals. Very clean boat did you buy it new?
    Yes, Ed F took my avatar photo.

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    Yup, bought both boat and motor new. Actually got the motor shipped free from California ,right to my door, tax free. They dont ship to canada free anymore,haha. If my new Merc works as good as that Tohatsu did, I will be extremely happy. I never once had a problem with it.
    Money cant buy happiness, but it can buy fishin tackle and that is almost the same thing!!

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    I love that style of boat (I’m dreaming of a Lund one day) and it looks like you’ve got it kitted out nicely. I specifically like how you have incorporated the sound system, and electronics into that table. Did you fabricate that yourself? Either way it looks nice. Is there a live well in there?

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    Yes, I built it myself. Gas tank was under the top storage area. Had a livewell (plastic box from Walmart) under the front casting deck but removed it when I stopped tournament fishing. Just removed the whole thing and am building a smaller one on top of the 3rd row seat. I will post a pic on my profile page.
    Money cant buy happiness, but it can buy fishin tackle and that is almost the same thing!!



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