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About Amtree

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  1. a 26 might be a good all around prop
  2. HI Larry, Where are you in Pa.? We are always looking to add another hotboat to our group, Doug
  3. As for the cockpit width, the sprint comes to more of a point up front than the pro comp, but back further toward the stern I believe the are the same or at least very close.
  4. You are welcome. That being said the pro comp cover may work on the sprint if you pulled the bungees/ropes down tighter but not sure a sprint cover would work on a pro comp unless it was a loose fitting cover.
  5. Boating in Trenton NJ. Summer 2016
  6. The decks are different heights as well. Sprint deck is lower
  7. I agree. I checked in for a while but it seemed like I was the only one. It would be nice to get some more traffic on here. I find the site not real easy to navigate...but I am not very computer saavy, Doug
  8. Hi Guys, anyone know where the two tone blue v-bottom is? I would like to find my old boat. 215-852-5660 or Thanks!
  9. If anybody knows where the two tone blue v-bottom is please let me know. Its my old boat I bought new. Thanks, Doug 215-852-5660 or
  10. Hi all, I bought one new and back in the day and they run great. I saw 103mph on a land and sea speedo with a Bob Kottman Yamaha excel "mild motor" with two of us in the boat. If I recall that was with my regular prop and I was even trying to do a speed run with a tall prop. Great handling as well. There are photos of my boat in the other section of this site. It is the blue on blue one. Does anyone know where I can find it? Thanks, Doug 215-852-5660
  11. Hi all, Anyone know who the two tone blue one belongs to? It is my old SRV that I bought new. Thanks, Doug 215-852-5660
  12. HI all, I would like to find my old SRV. It's two tone blue and I saw photos of it on the site a while back. Thanks, Doug