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Old 02-27-2015, 06:02 PM   #1
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WM 9 ft Inflatable with motor

I have a lightly used West Marine / ZODIAC inflatable that came with our boat. We replaced it with a larger RIB because my wife is a scaredy cat. Yay for me . Yay for you.I win, you win.
Not new, but very lightly used boat. Holds air. No repairs. Titled and registered. I dont know the hours on the 4 stroke 3.5 hp Mercury outboard, but it looks brand new on the inside and looks like its been sitting in my garage for a long time on the outside. If I had to guess I'd say 10-20 hours on it and thats being conservative in your favor. I know I put about 20 minutes on it once.

Asking one boat buck for the whole thing
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Old 02-27-2015, 06:04 PM   #2
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Oh, located in Santa cruz, but I can bring it to the delta if you are interested.

This thing does move along with this motor. It will plane with one person in it, but your not going to win any races.

Includes oars, pump, factory floor and custom 3/4" painted marine plywood floor, motor, storage bag.

BTW, its a package. If you want the motor, you gotta buy the boat too.
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Old 02-27-2015, 06:10 PM   #3
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Will trade for small aluminum or fiberglass boat with electric motor or newer model KK58.
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will trade for small aluminum or fiberglass boat with electric motor or newer model kk58.

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About how small does it fold up when deflated?

Fresh out of KK58's though may have to offer you a new 50' American Tug instead
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Old 02-27-2015, 08:20 PM   #6
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About how small does it fold up when deflated?

Fresh out of KK58's though may have to offer you a new 50' American Tug instead
Ok I'll take the AT but only if its new. It folds up pretty tight, but it is bulky. I haven done it in a while but I would guess about 24" x 48" x 12 inches and weighs somewhere around 60-80 lbs in the bag (motor does not fit in bag). The bag has 2 straps and if one person each takes a strap, its easy to move around. I will say my technique folding it up might be a little weak and It probably will fold up tighter if I had more practice.
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I had the exact same set up last year. Just didn't have room for it when it came time to come home. Sold it in the keys last summer.

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Craig, that would make a great dink for Kyle!!

Scott, is it Hypalon or PVC?
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PVC, I think.
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Scott, is it Hypalon or PVC?
Poke it in the side and patch it with a PVC patch. If it comes off in a few months, it's Hypalon.
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