cool! so you say its worth around $400-$500 ?? and from what point do i measure? and once i have the measurment how do i know if its long or shot?Yep, that is like mine. Mine is a long shaft which that one looks to be as well. You will want to measure it of course before listing it.
I can't answer that mostly because I don't know of anyone who had it happen. Also, I believe it would again depend on the location of the violation. If it were one of the state operated lakes then the fine would probably be consistent but if it were run by city or whatever then their fines could be completely different.hey i was just curious, what is the fine if someone did use a bigger engine on a lake with a 10hp limit?
Yes, not sure on how they would ascertain speed - I assume a radar gun would not be out of the question.I am just curious on the speed restricted lakes. What method do they use to gage the speed? Do they use radar at times? And in the case of Hoover I would imagine there would be several that could exceed the speed. A small relatively empty boat being pushed by a 9.9 could easily exceed the 10 MPH limit. It would seem that to get a fine to stick they would need to put a radar on them.