1988 Basstracker Pro-17

Discussion in 'OGF Marketplace' started by ScottB, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. ScottB

    ScottB SW Ohio

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    I am the original owner of this 1988 Bass Tracker Pro-17 boat. It has been kept in a garage for the last 15 years. Has the original 35 HP Mercury, runs great.

    - New trolling motor in 2005, Motorguide 54lb thrust
    - New Eagle fish finder in 2003
    - Trolling motor battery new in 2006
    - All new seats in 2004
    - Trailer is solid but does have some rust on the fenders
    - Hull has 6 hairline cracks, but they were repaired in 2005 with epoxy. Epoxy is holding great and cracks don't appear to be getting bigger.

    Located in Fairfield, Ohio (just north of Cincinnati). Asking $2000 OBO

    PM with questions or more photos.

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  2. Jignpig

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    Are the cracks above or below the waterline? How long are they? Just curious. It's obvious the boat was well taken care of.
     

  3. ScottB

    ScottB SW Ohio

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    Boat is available again, the other buyer changed his mind. I need to get room in the garage, price reduced to $2000 for quick sale.


    The cracks are on the bottom of the boat below the waterline. They are watertight. A picture of the biggest crack is below:

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    The crack is between the two rivets. The ugly gray stuff above it JB Weld that I tried to fix the crack with first. It popped off after one or two times on the water. The clear epoxy has held for over 2 years.
     
  4. ScottB

    ScottB SW Ohio

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    Bump - Boat is available again, price reduced.
     
  5. NUM1FIRE

    NUM1FIRE FIREFIGHTER/1ST RESPONDER

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    i guess u are not going to get a answer there after 2 posts after yours
     
  6. ScottB

    ScottB SW Ohio

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    The picture above shows the cracks, they are below the waterline, the longest being maybe 6" long.





    Boat is sold.