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Old 01-09-09, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default Ever Herd of a Super Hawk Bass Boat?

Looking at a potential used bass boat purchase. Anyone ever herd of a Super Hawk Bass Boat. Any good for a first time boater?

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Old 01-09-09, 11:44 PM   #2
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what size?? i have seen a few mostly bigger ones 19-21 fotters..i have never seen one with a big moter and only know of ONE with a 225 on it..they ride great in rough water

never fished from one though i am not sure about THAT..



it is amazing what kind of boat pic's i got stashed away..

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Old 01-10-09, 09:08 AM   #3
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dang zooker....you got every kind of boat there is ain't cha pal? good to know that you have these. very important info can be gotten from this. thanks for keeping this stuff man. not a bad looking rig there.
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Old 01-10-09, 07:28 PM   #4
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The boat is on another website. Only has one pic but it is a 21 footer with a tandem axle trailer. I sent an email requesting more info.

Would it be safe to pull this boat with my 95 Lincoln Continental? The car is 3900 lbs and has a V8 with front wheel drive. Provided the trailer has trailer brakes.

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Old 01-10-09, 07:53 PM   #5
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there was a white and red one for sell here a few years ago. i don't know anything about it other than in had a 250 on it and it was a nice looking boat.
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Old 01-10-09, 08:21 PM   #6
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2100 super hawk. like this one?..



it should have brakes.95 lincoln? a class 3 hitch or better-i'd go class 4 reese or draw tight hitch-

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Old 01-10-09, 08:22 PM   #7
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ooooooooooooooooooo pretty............................
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Old 01-10-09, 08:58 PM   #8
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Looks similiar to a champion.Good looking boats.
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Old 01-10-09, 09:31 PM   #9
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Aren't they called Legend Boats now?
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Old 01-10-09, 09:38 PM   #10
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not sure if they are legend now or not but they do look similair. they also kinda look like vipers.
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Old 01-10-09, 10:21 PM   #11
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vipers are called cobras now..

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Old 01-11-09, 01:14 AM   #12
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Over 16 foot I would pull with something like a suv. V8 in a car is good but what a bout the swinging about and so forth pulling it and tow load?
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Old 01-11-09, 11:41 AM   #13
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I just checked my email and the message I sent the seller came back as a failure. I suppose I could call him but what's the rush. I'm looking out my patio door at 6 inches of new snow.
Thanks for the tips.
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Old 01-11-09, 03:17 PM   #14
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Thats right Dbltap, its definitely a buyers market.~woody
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Old 01-11-09, 07:57 PM   #15
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i fished against a guy that has one and i can tell you it is fast boat. but he said that it was a wet ride and he didnt like the storage. but i know he out ran my ranger.
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Since I mentioned towing with my Lincoln, which I believe would be unwise at this time, would any size truck or SUV with at least a V6 be good enough? Something like an Explorer or Ranger. I have seen full size trucks with a V6 instead of a V8. What is the rule of thumb here?
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I asked myself the same question whether to go with a 6 or 8 cylinder truck. It had to be a full size truck one with room for the kids (extended cab) and plenty of room in the bed for hauling. I'm partial towards GM and I could not find a truck that size (extended cab) with a V6, plenty of them were available with a standard cab but not one with an extended cab. Originally I too wanted the better fuel mileage of the V6 but after my search I found a 2003 Chevy Silverado Ext cab that powered by a 4.8L V8, I believe its something like 295cu inch. and 295HP. well I was amazed to see that it got on average 20 mpg. I'm glad I went with 4.8L V8, plenty of power, built for hauling and great fuel mileage to boot.




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Woody, my boss has a 2005 Chevy full size crew cab, you know the 4-door option. It's got the 5.3 V-8, and he still gets about 19-20 mpg.
I'm hoping to get one myself in the next year or so. If all goes as planned.
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Mississippi,
I hear ya pal, I was left to drive the family mini Van for quite some time until it dropped the tranny coming home from the lake one day, didnt have the boat with me, Thank God, and I had just paid off my wifes car too, kinda funny how that works out sometimes.




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Since I mentioned towing with my Lincoln, which I believe would be unwise at this time, would any size truck or SUV with at least a V6 be good enough? Something like an Explorer or Ranger. I have seen full size trucks with a V6 instead of a V8. What is the rule of thumb here?
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Some of the new suv's have some great v6 in them, but a lot of the time the gas mileage is the same as a V8 or take Premium only. Most chevy trucks do good but dont get a ram with a Hemi unless its a 08 or newer.
Mine only did 14mpg on the highway!
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Old 01-13-09, 09:51 PM   #21
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I think they look like Aries boats

http://www.aries-boats.com/

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