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Old 01-17-2012, 09:32 AM
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I'm thinking of purchasing a used 41" twin outrigger hull from a customer of mine, but am not sure which company makes it . Can someone help me out .i have pictures I can email. Thanks for your help in advance.
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Sorry for image quality any help greatly appreciated
Old 01-17-2012, 10:28 AM
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I don't know of any twins builders.
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I can't see any pics.

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Default RE: Outrigger hull need help

After looking at the pics you sent me it looks like a twin Crapshooter .40/60/80
probably twin .67's
Somebody else can jump in and confirm this.

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Thanks Dan for the assistance.
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I don't know whose hull it is but it's an oldie! I'm guessing `80's to early `90's vintage. To be really honest, if you don't have any or little experience with boats, I'd pass. Twins are really frustrating when it come to everything.
It has the look of a Dumas of that era but they didn't make twins. Could be an early Don Pinckert or Crapshooter.
The rear sponsons appear to be mounted too high but kind of hard to tell from the pictures. When sitting on a table they should be hanging lower so that you should be able to see a lot of daylight underneath.
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i would not but it its too old just saying
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ORIGINAL: Ron Olson

I don't know whose hull it is but it's an oldie! I'm guessing `80's to early `90's vintage. To be really honest, if you don't have any or little experience with boats, I'd pass. Twins are really frustrating when it come to everything.
It has the look of a Dumas of that era but they didn't make twins. Could be an early Don Pinckert or Crapshooter.
The rear sponsons appear to be mounted too high but kind of hard to tell from the pictures. When sitting on a table they should be hanging lower so that you should be able to see a lot of daylight underneath.

Ron i LOVE TWINS thats why i have 3 of them LOL. No offense but you are better off buying a new Twin and i have a question do you have any Twin Experience ? it take time,dedication and lots of money to do this Type of boat in excess of $5k you cannot go the cheap route on a Twin Hydro..

Julian
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