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‘08 Pro XS with low hours #12626945
02/14/18 04:48 AM
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Potentially buying a 2008 bass cat with extremely low hours(130). 120 on all cylinders with no codes. Run exclusively in Oklahoma so no ethanol or at least significantly less than in TX. Anything I should be worried about?


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Re: ‘08 Pro XS with low hours [Re: dillydilly24] #12630773
02/16/18 01:40 PM
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The numbers look good on paper test drive it motor should run smooth from idle to top end. If you need more confidence have reputable person check it out for you.

Re: ‘08 Pro XS with low hours [Re: dillydilly24] #12630809
02/16/18 01:58 PM
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Has the compressor ever been changed and if yes, did they clean the injectors and fuel rails. If you ever hear a squeak or squeal take it to a shop immediately and don’t keep running it.

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