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  • New guy with a new to me Mako

    Hello all,

    I found your site looking for some information about a Mako 17 I was considering buying. I am getting the boat later in the summer so for now I will just be researching future projects. And of course asking more questions than I should. I have a decent amount of wrench time so the mechanical/electrical side will be easier for me than the fiberglass work I believe is ahead. You guys look to have some great looking boats and I look forward to the day when I can be a proud of the one I am getting.

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    This is a great board for information. You can learn everything you need to know here. I know I have. Then you pass what you learn onto the next guy. Good luck and Welcome.
    Plymouth, MA[br]02 Hydra-Sports 212[br][br]Sea Hunt 22[br]

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    • #3
      lots of 17s on here, but don't limit yourself to that, lots of good advice on boats in general. ask questions, post pictures.

      welcome!
      Richard Snyder[br]Wachapreague, VA[br][br]http://www.classicmako.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=43622[br]http://www.vims.edu/esl/

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      • #4
        Welcome to the madness !

        Lots of very knowledgeable people on here that are always willing to help with whatever questions you may have.

        As DukeS stated.. There are many options as far as what boat to go for just take your time and keep in mind the intended use, how many people you plan to carry typically, Type of fishing you plan to do etc...

        Good to have you with us !
        The Salty-Dawg all cleaned up and ready for the next trip ![br]1982 Mako 20B[br]1998 Yamaha 150 [br]

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