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    Hi guys, Just found this sight and its great.No I don't own a mako.I own a 1977 Powercat Tiburon 190.It is an Identical twin to the Mako 19.The company is out of buisness so I can get comparable info here.I go to Iboats for my outboard help(Great place)but this site is the closest I can get for ideas for my boat.Soon the snow will be gone and work will start.Best to all. dave[]
    85 McKee Waccamaw[br]84 Johnson 90[br]West Creek NJ[br] [br]

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    welcome aboard new to the forum my self this is the best site i have found [8D] good luck.
    cinnaminson new jersey 23\' Mako Iboard

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    • #3
      Welcome Dave. Post a picture of your boat if you can. I own a 19' and would like to see the comparison.
      Tony C.[br]S. Daytona, FL[br]Boatless...for now[br]

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        Hey Tony C,Thanks for the welcome.My boat is still covered up but if you go to the Mako home page,click on FAQ then mako look alikes thats the same boat I have.Hope for warm weather soon. Dave[]
        85 McKee Waccamaw[br]84 Johnson 90[br]West Creek NJ[br] [br]

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          Hey macrocarm,thanks for the welcome.This is a graet site for boats.If you need engine info check out Iboats forum.Some great mechanical there. Dave[]
          85 McKee Waccamaw[br]84 Johnson 90[br]West Creek NJ[br] [br]

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          • #6
            Dave, I'm in the same "boat" as you. 1978 Powercat Sabalo 232, It's a knock off of the Mako 23'er. Anyways welcome to the forum.
            Steven[br]1978 Powercat 232[br]One flat broke, the other almost ready to float!!![br]Atlanta, GA

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