POP Yachts presents this Aluminum Fish Boats 2015 River Wild Elite Forward Helm boat for sale.
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Stock #204207 -
Elite Forward Helm with diamond plate floors & hydraulic steering! Lowrance HDS 7!
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It's time to fish with this custom made 2015 River Wild Elite Forward Helm.
The extras include a Lowrance HDS 7 fishfinder, a Lowrance VHF radio, Diamond plate floors, Hydraulic steering, a wash down system, Top load Rod lockers, Dual battery with switches, and a fish box deck.
This boat has a sweet 12-14 degree build to get you out to the fish faster than your friends. They will want to go with you next time.
There is no hour meter on the boat. Thus you can get an hour estimate from a Yamaha dealer. Here's what you can find out to protect yourself: There is also, a 9.9 hp kicker that goes with this.
Engine Run Time History: It should indicate total hours of operation. Like mileage on a car, hours are a better indication of the motor's "age" than the model year. Mercury, Yamaha and Suzuki all break down the hours in 1000-rpm increments, from idle to 6000 rpm, depending on the motor's range. This gives you an idea of how the motor was used - lots of trolling, or lots of time at wide-open throttle. A typical use pattern should show about 40 percent of the hours below 1000 rpm. And it might show, for example, that the motor was never run over 5000 rpm, which is really odd.
"A motor that never went over 5000 rpm might have a very conservative owner," speculated Von Plato. "Or it might be used on water that was always too rough to run any faster. But it might also have been used with a prop with too much pitch, which would not allow the motor to reach its operating range at wide-open throttle. And lugging a motor is not good. So in this case, if there's a prop on the motor I'd check the size. And try to trial the boat on the water to see if it can even reach 5000 rpm with that prop."
Fault Codes: Most late-model outboards record every instance that the motor generated a warning horn or a fault code. These would include over-revving the motor, over-heating, and over-charging the battery. Frequent instances of over-revving could indicate an abusive owner or one who's been running too small a prop.
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