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2000 30 ft Rampage. Rigged for fishing simrad autopilot and mfd touch screen, fish hawk. Big john planar reels cannon downriggers,big john rod holders. Twin 300 hp mpi mercruisers. Recent replacement starboard motor 40 hours. Replacement port transmission 2017. Just under 1000 lifetime hours. Well maintained. Props reconditioned 2017. Custom aluminum half tower, soft top. Canvas needs some work. Deluxe interior in good shape. Led lighting cockpit,new stereo. 44,000 obo do

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14 hours ago, Reel Overtime said:

pics??

Sorry haven’t been able to post pictures from mobile devices I can text them if you would like

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Good luck with the sale Dan, someone’s going to get a great boat.


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Love my Rampage as well!!! Great ride, good luck with the sale!!

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The Rampage is a true blue water boat, eats the rough stuff!! 

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On 4/29/2019 at 5:56 AM, Reel Overtime said:

pics??

Rampages can run a little bow high nothing the tabs can’t correct it handles rough water well

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Few questions:

 

Why did the one motor and one transmission need to be rebuilt with such low hours?

Do you have performance numbers?

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A motor mount tab wasn’t replaced and it allowed the engine to rise a little under acceleration hence changing the angle of the shaft, glad the guy replacing the transmission found it.

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I’ve also fished on this boat. One of the best fishing platforms for Great Lakes trolling that I’ve been on.  Meticulously cared for and no expense spared. Wish you the best Dan. 

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