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Boat Specifications
Category: Bass Boat
Boat Location: Loveland, CO
Price:(US Dollars) $12,500 OBO
Make: Ranger
Model: R61
Year: 2002
Length: 16.00
Hull Type: Fiberglass
Engine Make: Yamaha
Horsepower: 90
Fuel Type: Gas
Trailer: Yes

Boat Description

Might as well be and 3yr old twins preventing appropriate use! Garage kept w/ cover.

Hull length is 16'3"
Beam is 83"
Transom height is 21"
Inside depth is 20"

The rod box lengths are as follows:
Port 7'
Starboard 6'

The total persons, motor gear (lbs.) is 1110. The approximate boat weight is 1190. The fuel capacity is 25 gallons. The trailer GVWR (lbs.) is 2075.

The length on trailer with motor down is 19'11". The width on trailer is 91".

The boat has the following features on it:
RangerTrail cool hubs, matching spare tire and wheel, MinnKota 12V trolling motor, Garmin depth finder, cranking battery with holder, power trim, stainless steel prop, flush remote throttle control, pultruded fiberglass transom, fiberglass stringers, competition steering wheel, gas spring lid assists, recirculating aerated livewell, on-board dual pro charger, console panel with switches and gauges, bow panel and switches, wiring harness, fuse panel with master breaker switch, heavy duty 6 ga. TM wiring w/50 amp breaker, removable running lights, 12V DC power receptacle, courtesy lights, fire extinguisher and horn, custom-fitted premium marine upholstery, stainless steel bow/stern eyes, tinted windshield, recessed tie cleats, passenger assist grab straps, upright level flotation, bilge pump 1000 gph, insulated cooler w/gel-coat liner and drain, runnin' rod rack w/strap, rod storage w/carpeted interior and organizer, lockable storage compartments, stainless steel seat pedestals, and carpet trim.

Please call for more details! 970-461-0435 (if no answer, please leave a message)
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