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#12608833 - 02/03/18 12:42 PM Anyone running a Lund Pro-V Bass?
bigdiastema Offline
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Registered: 05/12/11
Posts: 82
Been looking at the Lund Pro-V Bass 2075 and 1875. Looks like a great boat. Just wondering if anyone has any experience with one.

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#12666817 - 03/10/18 05:53 PM Re: Anyone running a Lund Pro-V Bass? [Re: bigdiastema]
tomsmith Offline
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Registered: 01/19/18
Posts: 8
Loc: Kansas
I have a Lund Impact 1875 would not trade for anything. Solid and stable all the way.
Max out on motor is what I would recommend. I friend of mine has the same boat but his has a 90 Mercury. Mine has a 150 and there is quite a bit in out of the hole and naturally speed.


Edited by tomsmith (03/10/18 06:25 PM)

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#12667386 - 03/11/18 09:16 AM Re: Anyone running a Lund Pro-V Bass? [Re: bigdiastema]
bigdiastema Offline
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Registered: 05/12/11
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Its a little out of my price range for now. I'm getting a 1996 Nitro 180 FS and I'll continue saving. Need a boat to get on the water for now, but I have been more impressed with the Lund Pro-V Bass than just about any other boat. Storage for days. Stable. Wide. Not as light as most aluminum boats.

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