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#10838558 - 05/12/15 01:30 PM 1968 sea nymph
redneck74z71 Offline
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Registered: 05/18/11
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Loc: sanger
Sorry wrong category. Couldn't get any help in boats and motors ! I have a 14 ft semi v aluminum sea nymph. Can anyone tell me the biggest motor I can put on it ? The hull tag is gone.

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#10838582 - 05/12/15 01:37 PM Re: 1968 sea nymph [Re: redneck74z71]
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Looking at similar boats, they have from 9.9 to 30 hp. I would think something in the 15 hp would probably be right. It all depends on width and depth of the boat.
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#10838707 - 05/12/15 02:17 PM Re: 1968 sea nymph [Re: redneck74z71]
redneck74z71 Offline
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That's what I was thinking 15 hp would get me across the lake to my holes. I wanna say it's maybe 4 ft wide at the back if that helps. Thank you

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