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    SLT750 for the wife?

    I found a 95 SLT750 that I am considering getting for the wife. The seller is asking $1500 for it. Claims it runs well, carbs just rebuilt, new battery. I think $1500 is a bit much, but if I can get it cheaper I may do it. Is the 95 SLT a good hull or should I hold off on something else?
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    1500 is too high when its cold outside..
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    I've got a 95 slt-750 that I picked up for free last month. Bad engine so it is getting a 780 dropped into it this winter. Hey, it's a 3 person craft but $1500 is too much, whether it runs or not.

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    Tony has one for sale here in raleigh

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    Quote Originally Posted by seaobin View Post
    Tony has one for sale here in raleigh
    It would cost me that much to go get it. I am closer to the West than the East. I still have to drive about 300 miles to get this one. At least it comes with the trailer, not really a great trailer, but it is a trailer. I would build a set of bunks for it to sit on for the trip home. I may send him an offer and see if he will go lower. If so, I may get to go on a road trip!

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    I thought you were broke Mr. "I bought too many sleeper parts already"? lol Now A jetski? OMG, you have polarisgastrinitis.!!! 1st a 650, then a high horsepower sleeper and now you want a SLT too. I have one for sale. come n get it, runs triple fuel pump,gas cap upgrade. 1000.00 for mine. comp 123,140,125. Does 44,45...needs carb rebuild.

    I tell ya what, I'll bring my slt to lugs, along with the Pro , you pay for my 785 motor and a carbon fiber hood and i'll give ya the ski and pay for shipping from Ill where Lugs is from to you in Alberta!.

    That way, the Pro has it's motor, Lugs is happy with a motor gone,your happy with the slt,your wife loves you more now than ever, I have a running ski now, And the SLT is happy with it in good hands of a GH'er.

    <<<<<<<There she is in the Pic! The seat is not dirty. small handle in back missing. Has reverse too! preety cool. it actually works.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    This might help answer a few Q's.

    http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...light=slt+sltx


    The thing I like most, is the engines/pumps are very interchangeable with your SL.

    You know all the quirks of the Fuji already, so you know exactly what needs tended to, and how to do it.

    It would be a good ski for the wife IMO. Plus you can tube/ski/kneeboard off the back of it.

    $1500 is a bit pricey, but you say prices are higher up north, so that sounds reasonable. I wouldn't want that trailer in the pic. You'll prob need a 2 place trailer, so see if he'll drop the price without it?

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    Thanks for the link Xlint89. Very informative. I agree the wife would love this ski. And I would like to be able to tube behind her...or wakeboard...or flop around like a flounder or whatever it is I do. And a double trailer would be a necessity. Of course if I converted the one that comes with it into a proper single, that could come in handy also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkindt View Post
    I may send him an offer and see if he will go lower. If so, I may get to go on a road trip!
    ROAD TRIP!!!

    You come from Canada and I'll knock a few bucks off the asking price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony View Post
    ROAD TRIP!!!

    You come from Canada and I'll knock a few bucks off the asking price.
    There's a BIG difference between a 300 mile road trip and a cross-country international road trip. Besides, I haven't bothered to get a passport yet

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