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2008 BassTracker 175 TXW 30th anniversary edition

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I am selling my 08 175txw because I am upgrading to a Nitro.

This is the general info from trackers HSOforum about the boat.

Length 17' 10''

Beam 89"

Transom Height 22"

Bottom Width 60"

Max. Person Capacity 4 Persons

Max. Person Weight 560 Lbs.

Max. Weight Capacity 1050 Lbs.

Hull Material 0.100 5052 Marine Alloy

Weight (approx.) 943 Lbs.

Fuel Capacity 21 Gallons

Pkg Length w/ Swing-Away 19'

Package Width 7' 9''

Package Weight (approx.) 1618 Lbs.

•Exclusive all-welded .100 in. thick Revolution™ hull w/Smooth Ride Guarantee™

•All-aluminum Power-Trac™ offset transom & full-length longitudinal stringer

•MotorGuide® 12V, 46-lb thrust, foot-controlled trolling motor

•Lowrance® fish finder wi/surface temperature

•Aft 18-gal aerated, timed & recirculated livewell w/pump-out system

•Interior w/full-width bench seat, fold-down center seat w/drink holders and 2 moveable fishing seats

•2-bank, 4-amp onboard battery charger, Interstate® cranking and trolling batteries

•Painted gunnel and sides with natural aluminum bottom for long-term durability

•Custom trailer w/EZ lube hubs, GalvaShield® protection & swing-away tongue

60hp Mercury 4-stroke, Used 1 year, Added a front bump seat with adjustable post, and Lowrance x135 on the front. All maintenance and winterization done by authorized mercury dealers and has been documented with mercury. Boat comes with anchor, ropes, cover, and any other extras like ropes and paddle. Boat has always been garaged. Warranty stays with it! Any questions please feel free to call or email. Thanks for looking.

Call Trevor At (920) 205-4384 or email tjthomps5629@winona.edu.

$14,000 obo

These are pictures from last spring that I have, I can email current photos upon request.

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That's a nice boat, wish I was in the market for one!!

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CJH I'm sure you could be in the market if you really wanted.. lol

Took the boat out for the first time this weekend. Running great! Call or email if you want to set up a test ride.

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I wish I was! I am probably a year or two away from buying yet (my wife probably thinks its 3-4 years off!! smile ). But that's exactly what I would want! Don't bump it off any logs in the backwaters!!

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Glad to hear it, that's a great boat!

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