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Is Revenge same as Outrage?
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posted 08-08-2001 08:47 AM ET (US)
Is the Revenge hull the same as the Outrage with a cuddy insert installed? My 1981 20 Revenge looks exactly like a Outrage with the cuddy pads removed.It has the nice wood doors that cover the anchor locker and the step up in the front like the Montauk.I was thinking of removing the cuddy insert and making a center console,any thoughts on this?
posted 08-08-2001 09:19 AM ET (US)
Yes it is, and no, don't do it. seel your boat and buy and Outrage if you want a CC.
You will proably not be satisfied with the results, and destroy your boats resale value.
posted 08-08-2001 09:24 AM ET (US)
Little more involved than removing a jeep hardtop. I would do as Larry says unless it is a project boat now. Your resale might suffer if modified.
posted 08-08-2001 12:07 PM ET (US)
This Revenge is different than any other one I have seen.It dosnt have the doors on the front or the bulkhead.The sides on the cuddy are different also,they dont have the port windows.I dont have a lot invested in it now and it has a fresh 175 Evinrude so I am not worried about resale.It almost looks like it was a Outrage with a cuddy installed.Do most Revenges have the wooden doors on the anchor locker?
posted 08-08-2001 12:11 PM ET (US)
Mine did. Did not have doors either. Just climbed in. My cuddy was connected to the gunwales all the way to the transom. If you removed it you had what they called the 19 low-profilo. Newer revenges are different and it might work but then you have to get a console and seats, etc. Could become very costly if you want it right.
posted 08-08-2001 12:31 PM ET (US)
My cuddy is only connected about 1/4 of the way back and then you have the mahogany gunnales.
posted 08-09-2001 04:24 PM ET (US)
I just sold it today,so I guess I wont be doing it
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