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critch22 posted 07-28-2003 08:39 AM ET (US)   Profile for critch22   Send Email to critch22  
I can not find the total weight (for towing) of my boat anywhere - does anyone have the 1993 catalog or a keen sense of online research?

1993 21' Walkaround, 225 Johnson (if that helps)...

Thanks

Ventura16 posted 07-28-2003 09:42 AM ET (US)     Profile for Ventura16  Send Email to Ventura16     
According to the '93 catalog that I have, the weight of the 21 Walkaround is 2600 lbs. That is for the boat alone. It doesn't include the motor, fuel, accessories or the weight of the trailer. Hope this helps.

Tom

critch22 posted 07-28-2003 10:29 AM ET (US)     Profile for critch22  Send Email to critch22     
Thanks Tom, its a pretty good start...
Backlash posted 07-31-2003 10:05 PM ET (US)     Profile for Backlash  Send Email to Backlash     
FYI the 1991 mini-catalog listed the weight of the 21 Walkaround at 1800 lbs. Apparently in 1992 they realized their error and correctly listed it as 2600 lbs.
tully_mars posted 07-31-2003 11:35 PM ET (US)     Profile for tully_mars  Send Email to tully_mars     
The hull weight for my 21' Outrage which was the same hull as the 21 walkaround (1996) weighed in at 2400lbs. I might plan on a bit more weight.

Tully Mars

Backlash posted 08-01-2003 09:22 AM ET (US)     Profile for Backlash  Send Email to Backlash     
Tully,

I believe they made a slight change to the 21 Outrage hull as it is listed as 20'9" overall and the 21 Walkaround is listed as 21'. Go figure.

Steve

critch22 posted 08-01-2003 01:51 PM ET (US)     Profile for critch22  Send Email to critch22     
Thanks guys. I got a new truck last night, GMC Z71 - lots of bells, lots of whistles. I am sure it will tow the 21.

I am even going to get a Vhf installed to keep up on the action.

jimh posted 08-03-2003 01:31 PM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
Technically, transmission from a VHF Marine Band radio from a automobile is prohibited unless you have a valid shore station license, but I am sure that the FCC does not strictly monitor or enforce that. I have thought of doing the same, myself, as I own an older VHF Marine Band radio that might make for interesting listening while in the car.

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