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PostPosted: 27 Feb 2011, 22:58 
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Location: Poplar Bluff MO
Hey guys,

I'm new to this website and about to buy a 1648 allweld with a 90hp Yamaha jet drive.

I was not looking for a boat this small, but like the price so it is going to be a starting place.

I really want a 1752 or 1856 Blazer Sport or Super Sport.

Plans are to eventually buy a bare blazer boat and move all my rigging over and sell the allweld.
It is a nice boat just small.

Just wanted to see what everyone thought and get a starting place.
I will post pics as soon as I get the boat.

My parents have had jet boats and friends have them, but this will be my first. excited.



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PostPosted: 28 Feb 2011, 10:50 

Joined: 07 Jan 2011, 10:14
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Location: Bryceville, FL (NE of Jacksonville.Fl)
I would love to have one. Im jealous! 1648 should move really good with a 90 jet!

What is the price?


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PostPosted: 28 Feb 2011, 22:15 

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Why don't you go down in motor to save $$ and get a bigger boat? Is it rated for a 90?? Maybe the jet drive allows you to run a larger motor?

KRS


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PostPosted: 28 Feb 2011, 22:24 

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Sounds awesome. Lets see it.



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PostPosted: 01 Mar 2011, 20:42 
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KRS62 wrote:
Why don't you go down in motor to save $$ and get a bigger boat? Is it rated for a 90?? Maybe the jet drive allows you to run a larger motor?

KRS


This is just the size boat I found with the motor already on it, No, it is not the ideal size, but as I mentioned thats why my plans of moving to a larger Blazer boat in the future is in the works.

And, I am not sure if the boat is rated for a 90 HP. Most 1648s are not rated for a motor of that size, but this boat has a strong well built transom and the motor fits it well.



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Previous: 1648 Alumaweld w/ 90 Yamaha jet
Previous: 1748 Weldcraft semi-v with 125 mercury
Previous: 1436 GM JetJon w/ 62 hp Suzuki inboard jet
Previous: 1856 Blazer SS with a 60/40 4 stroke Merc
Previous: 22' Scorpion Venom
The new: 2013 Alweld 1756JC with 150 ProXS

Rivers: Current River around Doniphan, Hunter,
Black river from Poplar Bluff north.
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PostPosted: 01 Mar 2011, 20:43 
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Joined: 27 Feb 2011, 22:41
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P.S. Pictures coming ASAP



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Previous: 1648 Alumaweld w/ 90 Yamaha jet
Previous: 1748 Weldcraft semi-v with 125 mercury
Previous: 1436 GM JetJon w/ 62 hp Suzuki inboard jet
Previous: 1856 Blazer SS with a 60/40 4 stroke Merc
Previous: 22' Scorpion Venom
The new: 2013 Alweld 1756JC with 150 ProXS

Rivers: Current River around Doniphan, Hunter,
Black river from Poplar Bluff north.
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