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    Good Chase Boat On the small side

    Hi what would make a good chase boat i have a 13 lb 46 inch Live steamboat called a`Krick victoria and want to avoid taking the plunge any small tugs or can anyone recommend something just in case thanks.
    It cost $$$$$ but it saves $$$$$

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    RE: Good Chase Boat On the small side

    A normal size springer (18" long, 540 motor) would do the job.

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    RE: Good Chase Boat On the small side


    I have seen excellent chase boats made from pointed 2 x 12 boards. Use a geared motor to swing a the largest Octura plastic props. Put a fixed rudder in the bow & a LARGE movable one in the stern.

    More stabile in wind & currents.


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