Sale prices include all applicable offers. The standard no-glare Forest Green paint will protect your boat from corrosion for years of service life. Where did you buy your Lowe? Tracker runs a close second behind Bayliner when it comes to brand bashing. I don't live very far from there. The standard no-glare Forest Green powder-coat finish will protect your boat for years of service life. They are manufactured to a minimum standard.
I don't think you'll be happy with a 9. If you have more limit lakes then go 9. While my service experience with them has been limited, I have seen enough folks post on here to get the idea that their customer service overall sucks big time. I suspect most of the flamers wouldn't either. This was with a 7. I'm going boat shopping today so i want to get all the info i can get about any jon boat.
That is a very old motor that is all i was saying i never said it was not worth it just be very carerful of what u buy,buy a compression tester before u spend that much. So, I am in the market for used. Advertised pricing excludes applicable taxes title and licensing, dealer set up, destination, reconditioning and are subject to change without notice. I just think he makes cheap boats and I don't mean cheap in a good way. Do some searching and this is a common problem with Trackers, cracked welds. I looked at Alumacrafts after buying my Tracker new store came into town and the Alumacraft's construction looks far stronger.
This will be my first boat and I want to make sure it is a good first boat or if I should look else where. Photos could show optional accessories not included in the listed price or not available on the actual model in stock. I've seen several nice used 12-14' Vhulls for less or close to a new jon boat, they came with a trailer, outboard, etc. But if your gonna go bigger than that, Id go ahead and get the 25. Take a Saturday and a tank of gas and drive around and visit all of them.
For structural strength, the all-aluminum riveted hull features transverse ribs and transom corner braces—and is backed by a 3-Year Riveted Structural Limited Warranty. I was kind of kicking myself as the price was the same between the Tracker and the Alumacraft. On the other hand, I dont think you will be able to sell it for anything more than that. I recently replaced my 9. Hopefully you will shop around and as you compare other brands to Trackers you will begin to see where they cut corners.
For structural strength, the all-aluminum riveted hull features transverse ribs and transom corner braces? Trackers and the other Bass Pro boats are cheap for a reason - i. I think tracker makes some great boats Mark but you definitely owe it to yourself to shop around and look harder at the construction of these boats before deciding on a particular make and model. The only motor i would suggest in a 15 at the moment is a 15hp suzuki,after doing extensive research that seems to be the best 15 4stroke because of weight and money. U never have to change a oil filter ever so there is a plus and it is lighter then any 15hp 4stroke period. I just think he makes cheap boats and I don't mean cheap in a good way.
Hopefully you will shop around and as you compare other brands to Trackers you will begin to see where they cut corners. For structural strength, the all-aluminum riveted hull features transverse ribs and transom corner braces—and is backed by a 3-Year Riveted Structural Limited Warranty. I think I would have sunk a 2002 Tracker. Inventory shown is subject to prior sale or transfer to another location. But if turning a profit isnt one of your priorities, I think you should check it out. Tracker runs a close second behind Bayliner when it comes to brand bashing.
Should you have questions about what you see here, your dealer will be able to confirm correct availability, model content and pricing. Inventory shown is subject to prior sale or transfer to another location. On occasion, data transmission errors may produce anomalies in information presented. Thank you very much, that is what I plan on doing. Well i know a few people have had one for a while and was wondering about some feedback on them. If you think youll hit the rivers and face some solid currents, go the 25.
I was kind of kicking myself as the price was the same between the Tracker and the Alumacraft. A guy i know has a new 15hp 4stroke merc which is a 15hp tohatsu same motor and it is great and dependable motor one of the best made on the same boat and with 2 people he gets around 25mph which is good but it takes a while to plane because of weight at 114lbs,as with a 15 hp 2 stroke they usually weigh in the 77 to 79lb class and good low end torque u will get up on plane fast. However, there were a couple issues I had with my jon. It gets people into boating who might not otherwise be able to afford it check out one of the vessels in my sig. I am thinking 15hp - 20hp would probably be a good bet, but it seems that 9. As long as it doesn't leak and is in good condition, an old tinny is just as good as a new one, especially if you are going to be modifying it. I do think they would appreciate hearing about your experience, so give them some constructive feedback when you get a chance.