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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Scupper Pro TW for Sale - $500 Sac  (Read 4014 times)

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Ben_Ca

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Is this a decent price for a 2 year old Scupper Pro TW?  I want to offer 300.00 then I'll meet him a 400.00 hopefully.  I want to test paddle one first though...
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It depends on the condition.  They have a devout following, small, light, fast, but narrow and a bit tippy for the rookie.  Tankwell is small by modern standards.


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I agree with Scwafish - I did  test paddle this kayak on the calm waters of the Bay and I thought it was tippy......AND I could not fit my fat ass on the sunken bucket seat :smt011 - IMO: definitely not ideal for bigger guys :smt018


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That is just cause you started on a fish and dive.

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wrong - I started from a Cobra Explorer :smt002