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Old 06-03-2019, 01:42 PM
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I just purchased a 1999 flat bottom Carolina skiff with a 1999 Yamaha 40 hp? Would I have enough power to pull a kneeboard or possibly a tube?
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Old 07-25-2019, 04:16 PM
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That's a definite maybe! I have '97 V16 CS with a Honda BF40. I haven't done that. However, I have puledl a knee board with a 14' Glasstron tri-hull & Johnson 35 before. Myself & others weighed 150# or less back then.
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Which model? Be specific please.
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I think so.
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Originally Posted by AndrewF View Post
I just purchased a 1999 flat bottom Carolina skiff with a 1999 Yamaha 40 hp? Would I have enough power to pull a kneeboard or possibly a tube?
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Which model Carolina Skiff?

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