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Old 10-29-2009, 07:49 PM
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Old 10-29-2009, 07:57 PM
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2000 F350 7.3 with 240k on the clock.
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Old 10-30-2009, 02:20 PM
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KMO sure do love those pursuits. thats the 28 with the huge tackle center right? what kinda numbers do you get with the boat, economy, speed, capacity. also your opinions on the ride.
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Dang nice setup you got there.
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Old 10-31-2009, 06:21 AM
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2009 Toyota Sequioa 5.7 towing 2008 McKee 24 w/ 175 Suzuki's

First one is on the way back from Ocracoke, NC

Second one is at its home base on the Eastern Shore of Maryland on the Tangier Sound (Chesapeake bay)
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Old 10-31-2009, 09:44 AM
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My 2007 Toyota LandCruiser, great because you can raise and lower the LandCruiser by just pushing a button on the dash which is great for launching and loading the boat as well as hitching and unhitching the trailer.

Also by pushing a button on the dash front and rear diffs. are locked with all four wheels driving. No launch ramp is too steep or too slippery.



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Old 10-31-2009, 06:33 PM
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Ray- I think the landcruiser is one of the best large SUVs on the market. It is amazing off road also.

Windsor & KMO: Beautiful rigs!
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Nautiboyz, my Pursuit is actually the Drummond Island Runner (not the Sportfish). The center island is an outdoor kitchen with a jump seat that folds out to a flat sunning pad. I went with this to make sure the Admiral was pleased. She wouldn't go for a dedicated fishing boat. I had a guy custom make the hardtop rod holder to give me some carry capacity for rods. She carries 300gal of fuel and gets approx 1.3mpg at cruise speed of 29mph turning 4000 rpm, approx 1.4mpg at cruise speed of 34mph turning 4500rpm. Top speed with full fuel and 5 guys on board is 44mph. I've seen 47mph top speed with 3/8 fuel and two people on board.
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'99 F350 V10 132k miles. Its my work truck most of the time.
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sweet thread, big trucks and boats.
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Originally Posted by rayteagarden1 View Post
My 2007 Toyota LandCruiser, great because you can raise and lower the LandCruiser by just pushing a button on the dash which is great for launching and loading the boat as well as hitching and unhitching the trailer.

Also by pushing a button on the dash front and rear diffs. are locked with all four wheels driving. No launch ramp is too steep or too slippery.



Awesome truck and even awesomer garage. (I made that word up in honor of your garage)
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Here's my 2000 F-350 with 250,000 miles pulling my 07 24 Yellowfin.

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'01 Suburban - '99 Tender. Had them both since '01. The Contender lives in the water April to November. I only use the burban for a 6 mile trip twice a year...
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