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peteinsf posted 03-15-2002 05:37 PM ET (US)   Profile for peteinsf  
OK, which would make a better all around family lake/inland boat.

GTX-18 or Temtation 2000?

JBCornwell posted 03-15-2002 05:49 PM ET (US)     Profile for JBCornwell  Send Email to JBCornwell     
Before Bigshot gets in some smartalecy remark: Yes, Pete, either or both.

Red sky at night. . .
JB :)

peteinsf posted 03-15-2002 06:03 PM ET (US)     Profile for peteinsf    
OK, OK, I know you guys hate these types of questions.

I was hoping for some subjective info like "temptation 20'S" has no deck space or "GTX is too rough riding" etc.

jimh posted 03-16-2002 02:46 AM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
I think the Temptation 2000 often had the Whaler Drive option. That makes it quite a bit more boat than the 18-GTX.

The GTX was most commonly as I/O, too. The outboards seem rare.


Curtis Johnson posted 03-16-2002 06:56 AM ET (US)     Profile for Curtis Johnson  Send Email to Curtis Johnson     
I don't know about the new ones, but the GTX with a 260 Mercruiser is the best Wakeboard/Ski/Cruiser I've ever seen. It does everything well,including holding/increasing value. Plus it is unusual enough to be fun, without being weird. Great choice.
WSTEFFENS posted 03-16-2002 09:52 AM ET (US)     Profile for WSTEFFENS  Send Email to WSTEFFENS     
I vote for the GTX-18. The only one I ever saw was a whaler drive unit. It had a really neet sun deck aft, good storage and made a really good ski platform with the ski pylon. This made for a true resort/summer cottage sport boat. My next choice would be a 17' Newport.

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