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smcleod posted 12-31-2001 09:09 PM ET (US)   Profile for smcleod   Send Email to smcleod  
Does anyone have the factory specs on the '86 22' Outrage?
White Bear posted 01-02-2002 03:06 PM ET (US)     Profile for White Bear  Send Email to White Bear     
I don't have the specs for '86, but I do have the '88 catalogue which lists the 20'OR: LOA 22'3"
Beam 7'5"
Draft 14"
Weight 1850
Capacity 2500
Swamp/Cap 4000
Persons 10
Max. HP 200
Min. HP 90
Transom Ht 25"
Fuel/Cap 77

Hope this helps - mine is an '88 20'OR

White Bear posted 01-02-2002 03:11 PM ET (US)     Profile for White Bear  Send Email to White Bear     
Sorry I got off track in the previous post - the figures for the 22' OR ('88) are:

LOA 22'3"
Beam 7'5"
Draft 14"
Weight 2050
Capacity 2655
Swamp/Cap 5000
Persons 11
Max. HP 240
Min. HP 90
Transom 25"
Fuel 77

Bigshot posted 01-02-2002 03:15 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
300hp with whaler drive option(bracket).
smcleod posted 01-02-2002 04:02 PM ET (US)     Profile for smcleod  Send Email to smcleod     
Great! Thanks guys.

So,
Hull 2050lbs.
Engine (225 Merc)~480lbs
Trailer (tandem Sportsman) ??? 1000lbs
Fuel & Gear (4 batteries, trolling motor, etc.)1000lbs.

Looks like I'm pulling about 4500-5000lbs w/my '00 1/2 ton Silverado (equipped w/trailering pkg). It does surprisingly well with this load, but a 3/4 ton diesel 4x4 is still in my future plan.

Bigshot posted 01-02-2002 04:05 PM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
I towed 6k with a 4cyl toyota:) That truck is plenty and the ride will be much smoother than a 3/4. Can't beat the diesel milage though.
smcleod posted 01-02-2002 04:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for smcleod  Send Email to smcleod     
yeah, I'm seeing about 9-10mpg pulling the OR. I live on Galveston Bay and usually don't tow far, but I'll be fishing the Trout Masters tournaments and requires a lot of trailering to Louisana and South Texas. This is where the Power Stroke or Duramax will come in handy.

Last season I was seeing $400-600 monthly fuel bills (truck & boat) 0-: (pissed my wife right off).

I'm also looking into repowering w/a new 4 stroke Honda or Yami.

David Ratusnik posted 01-02-2002 05:48 PM ET (US)     Profile for David Ratusnik  Send Email to David Ratusnik     
sm-- I'm pulling my '86 22' OR with a '99 Silverado, V6 4.3L automatic. Pulls all over FLA just fine. The new body style bumper is rated at 5K, you really don't need more truck, these boats are actually light for their length. David
OUTRAGEOUS22 posted 01-10-2002 09:10 PM ET (US)     Profile for OUTRAGEOUS22    
OutrageOus is her name, Montauk fishing is her game. 1988 22' unsinkable, self bailing flat floor, mounted rear splash board, only wood is on console trim.
LOA 22'5" measured
Beam 7'5" "
Draft 14"
Weight 2150
Capacity 2655
Swamp/Cap 5000
Persons 11
Max. HP 250(newer lighter engine)
Min. HP 90
Transom 25"
Fuel 77 + Aux tank for 15hp Johnson kicker
Now a 1988 200hp big block Johnson (39k gps). Next season a 1994 250hp Yamaha (??gps), hydro/tilt steering, Jack plate and Doel-fin. full electronics box, salt water wash/dn. Also a T Top w/vhf,amfm,2 gps ant's 4 rod/holders, twin batts, Loadrite 5,700lb EZ load trailer w/PWinch pulled by a 1996 Grand Cherokee Limited 5.2 V8, 16" 225's up country and tow package, full time 4 wheel. rated at 5,700lb equal/hitch.
Best friendlyest, dryist boat in my long lifetime. Would bet my life on it anytime day,night or boatable type of water.

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