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Barry Loos

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That's the exact boat that I have and it does more than I expected. The hull design gives a great ride in rough water. Easy on gas, nothing to tow, and loads of room. Get the Special Edition package and you'll get the on-board charger, swing-away trailer, chrome wheels, and the large Plano tackle boxes. 40 hp will push the boat into the high twenties and for me that is fine. I would like to go faster but I paid cash for my boat and couldn't spend the extra money for more horses. But for the record, it takes forever to use up 22 gallons of fuel. Good luck.



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TrepMan

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Do a search on this board for "175" and you'll see a lot of good comments from a number of 175 owners. I've got a 2000 Pro Crappie 175 w/40hp (same hull/motor with a slightly different deck layout) and LOVE IT. As Barry said i'm getting 30-31 w/just me and 28-29 with 3 folks and our gear. Boat handles waves/swells like a champ upto 3 footers easy.



Also agree w/Barry is you are buying new get the Special Edition package, I had to get each item individualy on mine (package not available on PC 175). My only change would be get the Galvanized trailer instead of painted (I didn't and wish I had) especialy if you think of ever going in brackish or saltwater.



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I purchased my Pro Team 175 in March 2001.The special edition came with on board charger,boat cover and I paid an extra $100 for the galvanized trailer. My 50 hp is fast enough on the water for me and my wife. The only problem is I don't get out enough to fish. If the Lord lets me live to the end of the year then I can fish more often.
 

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