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  • 181 Mako Flats__Boat Needs a new home!

    1995 181 MAKO Flats

    Magic Trail Galvanized Trailer w/spare

    1995 115 Mercury. New Rebuild 2 hours since and new fuel line.

    This boat is super clean. It has been garage kept it's entire life.

    Poling Platform w' Rod Holders

    Hydraulic Steering

    New Stereo

    VHF

    Safety Equipment

    Hydraulic Trim Tabs

    Removable Bimini Top

    Spare Stainless Prop

    Dual Batteries

    If you are serious about a flats boat this is a one of a kind!

    $9,500 OBO

    Call Craig @ 813.295.3569 for appointment to see the boat.










    Tampa, FL[br]92\' MAKO 261B[br]

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    I would like to move this boat quickly. I plan on using the money from it to add goodies to the 36 Express. So if anyone can help me sell her I will either pay you a commission or take you on a day trip on the 36 Express. Thanks for any help!
    Tampa, FL[br]92\' MAKO 261B[br]

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    • #3
      Killer boat, that is my dream second boat for backwater stripers. Good luck.
      [br]Margate NJ[br]1989 Mako 211[br]2009 Etec 200 HO

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      • #4
        Killer boat, that is my dream second boat for backwater stripers. Good luck.
        [br]Margate NJ[br]1989 Mako 211[br]2009 Etec 200 HO

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        • #5
          I've got a '94 Mako 161 flats with the literally the exact same motor. The ride and range of these boats is nothing short of incredible. With the 50 gallon gas tank in yours, it probably has a range of close 200 miles. I've done 110 miles in a day and mine has a 35 gallon tank. These are awesome boats. Good Luck. You're going to miss her!
          2001-2796 HydraSport Vector Twin F250[br]1992 221B F250-ReleaseMe2-Sold[br]1994 161 Flats-ReleaseMe[br]Palm Bay, Fl[br]Project thread: http://classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=40591[br]

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          • #6
            How do you have your stereo installed? I don't think I have room on my console for speakers with my onboard charger and 3 batteries. .
            [br]1994 241 dlx twin 200 efi merc\'s[br]1995 181 flats 175 ocean pro (given to my dad)

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            • #7
              How do you have your stereo installed? I don't think I have room on my console for speakers with my onboard charger and 3 batteries. .
              [br]1994 241 dlx twin 200 efi merc\'s[br]1995 181 flats 175 ocean pro (given to my dad)

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              • #8
                The stereo was mounted in the aft console hatch. Not ideal but there isn't a good place.
                Tampa, FL[br]92\' MAKO 261B[br]

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                • #9
                  The stereo was mounted in the aft console hatch. Not ideal but there isn't a good place.
                  Tampa, FL[br]92\' MAKO 261B[br]

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                  • #10
                    its better than what I was using. Wonder if I can mount speakers in front of the fuel tank facing aft?
                    [br]1994 241 dlx twin 200 efi merc\'s[br]1995 181 flats 175 ocean pro (given to my dad)

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                    • #11
                      Is your 181 still for sale?

                      David
                      1993 MAKO 161 - Sold[br]1974 MAKO 23 Inboard \"Gusto\" - Sold with tears[br]Houston, TX[br]

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                      • #12
                        Is your 181 still for sale?

                        David
                        1993 MAKO 161 - Sold[br]1974 MAKO 23 Inboard \"Gusto\" - Sold with tears[br]Houston, TX[br]

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                        • #13
                          ReleaseMe was wondering what size prop are you running, and if you had a jack plate on it ? just picked up a 161 with a 115 merc. Has a 4 blade but seems over proped

                          Thanks
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                          Originally posted by ReleaseMe


                          I've got a '94 Mako 161 flats with the literally the exact same motor. The ride and range of these boats is nothing short of incredible. With the 50 gallon gas tank in yours, it probably has a range of close 200 miles. I've done 110 miles in a day and mine has a 35 gallon tank. These are awesome boats. Good Luck. You're going to miss her!



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