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Ryan Berger

boat question, buying my first big boat

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I got a line on a Warrior 177 Python I think it is a 1993 with a 75hp merc of the same year. The boat is in great shape as is the motor and trailer with electric winch. The guy wants $5000 and I think it books at about that. I am more interested in knowing if anyone has had any experiences with this model boat and what they were good or bad,,

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I have had a 92 with a Merc 75 for the past 9 years. Might be the best 5K you can spend on a boat. Go for it.

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Should be a good rig... 75 merc's are pretty good motors as well.

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That sounds like a good price for a warrior. I have an 02 75 merc on my alumacraft and it blows me around the lake pretty good.

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I had a 1994 75 Merc on a 1775 ProV that was great the four years I ran it. A bit hard on gas but no large issues with the motor at all.

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