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*REDUCED TO $3900 - Motivated seller, make an offer.

16' Lund Mr Pike, 2002 Yamaha 60 HP 2 stroke. Steering console, live wells, nav lights, rod/gear storage, Humming Bird sonar, auto bilge, wired for 24 volt trolling motor, Shore Station trailer with new tires. This Mr Pike is paired with the largest motor recommended, it will easily do around 40 mph. The 60 hp Yamaha also allows this boat to troll and idle with ease. A very fishable and stable boat. REDUCED $3900 or best offer, located in North Mankato. Call or email 507-351-0884 or taber777 at yahoo . com [img:left]http://DSC03526.jpg

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That's a nice looking rig. A few questions:

Do you know how wide the beam is on that boat?

Does it have a below the floor gas tank or does it use portables?

Are there any pictures/descriptions of the storage?

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Hey Skunked,

I'll take a stab at your questions but send me your email and I'll shoot over a few more pics of the inside.

The gas tank is a portable Yamaha plastic tank. It slides under the rear "bench" and is out of view.

There is a horizontal rod storage compartment opposite the steering console. It has a hinged lid. The live wells are the full width of the boat, just in front of the steering console. The live wells worked better for storing batteries and life jackets than fish. We had a battery in each live well and wired them for a 24 volt transom mount trolling motor.

If you'd like to stop by and see it or take it out for a spin just let me know. I live in Mankato and the Lake Washington boat landing is just minutes away.

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Thanks FullTilt. I'm edging into the market right now, but have to wait until I close on my house later this month before I can get to the boat purchase.

I'll keep you in mind when the time comes. Good luck in the meantime!

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Sale Fell Through, boat is still for sale. Give me a call if you'd like to take a look at it. REDUCED $3700.

Taber

507 351 0884

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