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Old 12-30-2012, 11:07 PM
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^^^^^ ahhhhh, now your name makes sense!

I was also looking at CC SNOBs but the ski wakes had less favorable reviews. Even looked at the 206. Love my MC and the value has held steady for a number of years now. I paid $13k for mine 3 or 4 years ago with 200 hrs. I'm sure I can still sell mine for at least $13k.
I was in FL. Two weeks ago two help a buddy pick up a 04' SNOB 206. Beautiful boat but quite a kick @ 22/28 off.
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Old 12-31-2012, 07:43 AM
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...I was actually a fiberglass engineer for CC and I can tell you that they put the utmost care into the manufacture of a Correct Craft boat.
So I ask... is fiberglass itself or a similar make of fiberglass/epoxy resin (for example a floor stringer that is supposedly all fiberglass makeup) conducive to tensile strength in the manner of, let's say, inserting a 3/8" x 16 x 2" lag screw into the material, holding something such as an engine mount, in place for setting the engine? The stipulation to this question is that there is no wood or other composite in-lay of material involved. Strictly a fiberglass stringer, per se.....

I ask this on the same theory of a concrete masonry unit... the CMU is great in compression but is very weak in tension.

Will fiberglass take good hold with a lag screw in a tension load?

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Old 12-31-2012, 04:03 PM
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'97 205 Lt-1

Here is a '97 205 w/LT1 and PP in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area listed at 16K:



http://tulsa.ebayclassifieds.com/boa...sg=OUT_OF_AREA
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Old 12-31-2012, 04:19 PM
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Here is a '97 205 w/LT1 and PP in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area listed at 16K:

http://tulsa.ebayclassifieds.com/boa...sg=OUT_OF_AREA
Saw that one and emailed about it, not sure if it is legit or not. When I contacted the boatrvgroup via another site I found it on they directed me to another person who hasn't responded. I also think that was posted awhile ago. That ad at least is from this month. Anyone in Tulsa area up for a peek if I hear from them?
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Old 12-31-2012, 04:28 PM
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Saw that one and emailed about it, not sure if it is legit or not. When I contacted the boatrvgroup via another site I found it on they directed me to another person who hasn't responded. I also think that was posted awhile ago. That ad at least is from this month. Anyone in Tulsa area up for a peek if I hear from them?
Good point. BoatRVGroup has ads all over the country. It looks like they handle listing ads for owners who don't want to deal with it.

http://www.boatrvgroup.com/boatadvertisingcampaign.htm
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Old 12-31-2012, 04:35 PM
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Good point. BoatRVGroup has ads all over the country. It looks like they handle listing ads for owners who don't want to deal with it.

http://www.boatrvgroup.com/boatadvertisingcampaign.htm
I also found it odd that they list a joystick tower but don't show it on the boat. I also can't tell from any of the pics if it does in fact have mounts for said tower.
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Old 12-31-2012, 05:53 PM
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Here is a '97 205 w/LT1 and PP in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area listed at 16K:



http://tulsa.ebayclassifieds.com/boa...sg=OUT_OF_AREA
This one sold for $15,500. not bad.
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Old 12-31-2012, 05:57 PM
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It looks like there are some serious ownership issues on the Owasso, OK boat.

This pic is from a listing in Atlanta for a 1/3 ownership:
http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/boa/3505016314.html


and it looks a lot like the lake scene from the Owasso listing.



I also doubt there are many houses with golf cart garages in Owasso, but who knows.
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Old 12-31-2012, 05:59 PM
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It looks like there are some serious ownership issues on the Owasso, OK boat.

This pic is from a listing in Atlanta for a 1/3 ownership:
http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/boa/3505016314.html


and it looks a lot like the lake scene from the Owasso listing.



I also doubt there are many houses with golf cart garages in Owasso, but who knows.
Good research! That is why I joined here prior to buying something! I have come across that partial ownership one quite a lot and that is interesting. I'm pretty sure that is the same boat.
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Old 01-03-2013, 12:02 AM
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So I ask... is fiberglass itself or a similar make of fiberglass/epoxy resin (for example a floor stringer that is supposedly all fiberglass makeup) conducive to tensile strength in the manner of, let's say, inserting a 3/8" x 16 x 2" lag screw into the material, holding something such as an engine mount, in place for setting the engine? The stipulation to this question is that there is no wood or other composite in-lay of material involved. Strictly a fiberglass stringer, per se.....

I ask this on the same theory of a concrete masonry unit... the CMU is great in compression but is very weak in tension.

Will fiberglass take good hold with a lag screw in a tension load?

Thanks
With fiberglass, it really depends on the particular strand type and thickness used. Temperature and the type of resin used also plays a big factor. Generally speaking the tensile strength for fg is okay, but it is always a good thing if you can, to put a backing plate behind it and thru bolt it. I would not try to bolt the engine mount to a fiberglass stringer as the stringers are usually around 1/4" thick and filled with foam. I am not sure of the exact laminate schedule of a MC, but the size lag bolt you are talking about using is a pretty good size one and the tensile strength would not be great enough to support the load from the engine, unless it was built into the stringer from the factory. We would always thru bolt anything when we could bc it holds much better over time due to the amount of stress a fiberglass part is put thrugh. Why do you ask out of curiosity?


Sorry for the thread jack. Btw Blake, did u see the newest listing for a 96 205 in the boats for sale section? http://www.mastercraft.com/teamtalk/...ad.php?t=51414

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