Lund pro vgl tiller

  • Profile photo of out_fishingout_fishing
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    #1307499

    Just saw on Ted Takasaki’s Facebook page that there is a new glass tiller from lund. Maybe for 2014? Not sure on any specs but it looks real it’s floating…

    Profile photo of Brian HoffiesBrian Hoffies
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    #1190835

    There is a prototype photo of a 20′ Lund tiller over on WC today. Lots of speculation, few facts at this point. It seems there may be some truth to this rumor.

    Profile photo of out_fishingout_fishing
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    #1190866

    It will be interesting to see what will come of it.

    Profile photo of belletainebelletaine
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    #1190874

    Here it is. I’m gonna check under the sofa cushions for $60,000!

    Profile photo of John GildersleeveJohn Gildersleeve
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    #1190886

    Sharp looking boat! More information should be out in the weeks to follow. The boat was just shown at the Lund dealer meeting.

    Profile photo of Palerider77Palerider77
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    #1190914

    250 Pro XS tiller may require a helmet.

    avatarPig-hunter
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    #1190937

    Sweet looking ride! Probably have to be a zillionare to afford it, but Lund’s fishability along with their fit and finish would make this a sweet one.

    Profile photo of gwoodgwood
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    Murica
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    #1190944

    For 60k on a tiller boat I would expect that thing to make me breakfast before I hit my first spot.

    Profile photo of belletainebelletaine
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    #1190947

    I just threw out a number, but I’m sure it’s pricey! Make breakfast and clean fish! I have a pro v and really like it but it was nine years old when I bought it!

    Profile photo of out_fishingout_fishing
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    #1190961

    Hopefully in 10 years I can afford a used one.

    (Presale on a 2005 explorer taking delivery May 2023.)

    Profile photo of Aaron YliniemiAaron Yliniemi
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    #1191003

    Quote:


    Hopefully in 10 years I can afford a used one.


    Same here

    Profile photo of John GildersleeveJohn Gildersleeve
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    #1191077

    Here is a picture from the dealers show.

    Profile photo of Zach HansenZach Hansen
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    #1191100

    I haven’t personally looked close at any of these new fiberglass Lund boats. I have heard some horror stories on the finish work of the fiberglass. Anyone own or have first hand experience on these boats? My old boat was a Lund and I still love the looks of them, just wondering if they have a reputation of great quality or have they had some issues?

    Profile photo of bronco83finn1965
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    #1191119

    I own a 2010 Lund 208 fiberglass and just about every time a take it out, someone comments that they think it is brand new. No issues with the finish at all – smooth riding boat to say the least!

    Profile photo of out_fishingout_fishing
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    #1364749

    I got my new catalog and went on the website and built one with a 225 verado. MSRP before any options $64,319. I better bump my plans out to 15 years vs the 10 previously stated…

    Profile photo of Zach HansenZach Hansen
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    #1364884

    I cannot believe how much they get for these boats. I went and added all the bells and whistles I would add if I was to buy this boat. It comes out to be $78,000 dollars. Get real!!

    avatarHot Runr Guy
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    #1364891

    Quote:


    I got my new catalog and went on the website and built one with a 225 verado. MSRP before any options $64,319. I better bump my plans out to 15 years vs the 10 previously stated…


    I’m pretty sure that the 225-300 I-6 Verados are NOT going to be offered as tillers, just went thru this with a different Lund/Verado package, neither Lund or Mercury will support that combination, as a “factory” offering. Yes, there are dealers who have created and installed the adaptor bracket, but they are doing it on thier own.

    HRG

    Profile photo of out_fishingout_fishing
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    #1365071

    I thought I saw they offer the verado option up to 225 the tiller is rated to 250 if you wanted to max it out you would need the opti or have someone else rig it for ya.

    Either way I couldn’t afford it with oars…

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