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Old 01-10-2021, 06:53 PM   #1
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14' Lvingston for sale

14' Livingston
2013 Mercury 50hp 1050hrs
Seastrar Hydraulic Steering
Welded Aluminum rails around hole boat
Welded lifting eyes on all four corners so boat can be easily lifted
Aluminum center console with Marine battery
One Garmin DepthSounder and One Bluetooth wireless depth sounder
8000$ Cad

Boat is Located in Port Mcneill but will deliver anywhere on the Island with a deposit.


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Old 01-10-2021, 07:03 PM   #2
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We've got a 12' livingston and love it. The 14 has a huge following and great reputation.

Quick question: did you do the swim steps yourself? Sorry to derail you, but if be interested in hearing how it was done so we might emulate you.

Cheers and good luck with the sale!

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The swim grid is welded aluminum boxes through bolted with 5200 and then the boxes are filled with expanding foam with access hatches. They serve a few purposes the big one is if the boat is flooded it won't sink and dunk the outboard and it gives a bit more flotation and stability for the outboard. We also use it to get on and off the boat
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