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  1. The cdn made stv's have a sprint deck lid and a modified sprint bottom-they are nothing like the original summefords-they are heavy due to the material used-Procomps have the inverted STV bottom-the cdn made boats have the older sprint bottom-I believe the bottoms were changed from the original design- I would classify the boat as a good introduction to hot boating-speeds would be in the low 90's at best- The current market price on true STV Procomps has made me wonder why anyone would even consider one of these hulls- not trying to offend anyone here, these are just the facts. Anyone with any experience would probably tell you the same thing. thx. Paul
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    thx for the responce pccracing- sent you a email- let me know about the covers thx. Paul
  3. I told you many times Brad-cut all that chit out and make a center steer!!! I still have that pump bracket-you still need it?? Paul
  4. my first summerford was a stringer boat and it was all wood-I can see them putting in a plate where you cannot reach under to put a nut on. surprising though, I have never heard this before-Triad definately does not do this- Paul
  5. it is very difficult to get ahold of Triad-the web site is down? I would say that if anything comes out of Triad it will be for friends and clients that can wait months for a boat- they likely will build only a few at best and you better not try and talk price!! there product is top notch-just the business end of it seems to be at a crossroads. Paul
  6. coinboy- I would stay away from top pinning old pistons- I may have a set of used factory top pinned pistons- give me a ring on your rebuild thx. Paul 416 949-8865 cell
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    re cover- can you get a cover made for a Triad River Rocker and Euro?? give me a number and I will call you. thx. Paul
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    looks great brad!!! Paul
  9. ken jamie just sold his rear 2 seat fairing- he is going with an inline two seater setup. maybe phil can bring it your way if he visits- Paul
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    no problems- good luck with your purchase- if it makes you feel better I drove to Texas to buy my first STV- I live in Toronto Canada!!!!
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    Lost out

    re used Euro- the boat in question was forsale on boatrater.com for years- boat was finally sold-not sure if the guy that owns it now was the one to get it from the boatrader- I do remember a post stating the boat was in excellent condition- if Brad or Procomp says its good then its good. as for buying a used boat, I would ask all the right questions-starting with the transom- I would go with cash and make sure the seller is negotiable if you find flaws- the Roark built stuff is getting old now so-stress cracks and a pulled transom my not be far off- just make sure you check the boat over well. good luck Paul
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    colour and that is it. paul
  13. got that pic idea from the photo radar days here in Ontario- a guy sent the government a picture of the check they could use for a photo radar fine-thought that was funny shit- Brad's boat is a good used STV-consider a new Euro on a trailer is about 23,000 ish-the summerford stuff is worth a premium these days!! Brad's description is an objective one which he should not be critisized for. like I always say, its amazing how people critisize when they buy and praise the same item when they sell.
  14. jeff leduface-you win the quickest to be named an asshole award- Shirley tell use what Jeff wins- Jeff STV owners would like to offer you a all expenses paid trip to the Kingston Pen for a soap retrieving session. While Jeff enjoys his stay he will be entertained by the backside boys- while in enjoying the baths Jeff will be filled with enjoyment- I keep telling Procomp-when they a ask for pics-ask the buyer for pics of the pile of money they have to spend!!!! just kidding Jeff, welcome to STV wanna be owners
  15. not a real fan of Spinelli's - side by side to a merc prop they never really were as good to the factory prop- in fairness, I bought the Spinelli used and who knows what it was made for and who might of worked on it after- if the prop has good numbers compared to the rest of your props -to me it does not matter whose it is- from what I remember-Spinelli was in up state NY-they made some good props, just never really witnesses one. Paul
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