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Old 10-27-2020, 10:10 PM   #1
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AB 10' Aluminum Rib Dinghy

Well, we sold our beloved 36' Grand Banks in search of a larger boat, and we've decided to sell our AB Dinghy too. The truth is, in the 3 1/2 years that we owned our Grand Banks, we rarely used the dinghy. It's currently in an inside storage garage. Here are the particulars. 2006 AB Hypalon, Aluminum Rib that we bought used from our local AB dealer in pretty decent shape for its age. A 2015 Tohatsu 9.8 4-stroke that I bought new that has less than 30 hours on it and usually starts first pull; and a 2017 Magic-Tilt galvanized trailer that I bought new that's been in the water 2 times. Comes with bench seat, gas tank, oars, manual air pump, and a cover. Mostly we have kept everything in storage. I've kept the engine on a stand and started it on 10/26/20, first pull and she ran and idled perfectly. Asking $3,400.00 OBO. Thanks!
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Old 10-28-2020, 02:39 AM   #2
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Old 10-28-2020, 06:17 AM   #3
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Clearwater, FL - just like it says under our Name and Profile picture
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Thanks. FYI that info is not visible on the mobile app.
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Thanks. FYI that info is not visible on the mobile app.


Yes sir you are correct, but FYI if you touch the personís username on the app, it pops up then
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By the way, I am open to selling the AB Dinghy by itself
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Hi Jeff,

Will the dinghy take a larger motor? I have a 15 HP two stroke.

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In my opinion, that would be the perfect engine for it.

I did have a 20 HP Tohatsu on it that I shared with a 15' aluminum jon boat that I also used, and it ran great with the 20 but it was a little too fast. The 9.8 on there now is ok and it gets on a plane fine with my wife and I in there, but honestly a 15 HP would be perfect.
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Have the same dinghy. This is a smoking deal.
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Thanks, I agree!
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How much for just the dinghy?
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Does it have 3-point lifting eyes?
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$1,200 firm - and yes it has 3 point lifting eyes
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Too bad you are not in the PNW. This is the dingy I want to replace our Ach that has fiberglass bottom.
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