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Old 01-24-2012, 08:46 AM
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Have another thread going on in regards to the KW BF 246, and guess I should have just included this there, but too late now. Anyhow, I am considering the PF as well and wanted to see if anyone here as experience with the boat. Namely, the ride. It appears to be a beefed up version of the 2400 te. Is this a correct assumption?

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It is the same hull as the TE just different deck lay out with the rear seating and livewell set up.
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It is the same hull as the TE just different deck lay out with the rear seating and livewell set up.

trs = third row seating layout.
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New liner opens up the interior width with under gunnel storage, has the new built in drop down seats aft and has the new step up fore deck in the bow. Few new items on the console as well...Nice layout and very good all around family/fishing boat model for them...cpl. pics...

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All,

Have another thread going on in regards to the KW BF 246, and guess I should have just included this there, but too late now. Anyhow, I am considering the PF as well and wanted to see if anyone here as experience with the boat. Namely, the ride. It appears to be a beefed up version of the 2400 te. Is this a correct assumption?

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SH,

Thank you for your interest in our Pathfinder 2400TRS.

New model for our 2012 model year, has quickly become one of our top sellers. We nicknamed the boat "12 inches to 12 fathoms" as it performs multiple duties. We built a demo this past summer to put this new model through the paces, we fished inshore very shallow and also fished offshore here in Ft. Pierce, FL. The boat does many things well.

If you would like to speak in depth please feel free to contact me toll free to 1-888-742-5569, x125 or via email to slyshon@mbcboats.com.

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Have you been on the Hewes forum for input?
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I have Fished and been on the New 24 TRS, Very nice layout, very fishable and comfortable layout, with tons of room, Definatly a all around boat for inshore, offshore etc... Ours powered with a F300 Yamaha was very responsive, comfortable cruise in the mid 50's and top end of 64 mph. Fully loaded.
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Thanks to all for the feedback! In regards to looking at the Hewes site, yes I have, but can't seem to find much on the TRS. Sounds like it may deserve a close look.
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Thanks to all for the feedback! In regards to looking at the Hewes site, yes I have, but can't seem to find much on the TRS. Sounds like it may deserve a close look.
Here is a closer look, our video walk through on the boat:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gr_We...4&feature=plcp

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