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2018 22SSRX/P build options

Discussion in 'Pontoon Forum' started by MWChain, Jan 9, 2018.

  1. Yianni

    Yianni Well-Known Member

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    Non ,Windscreen
    Elevated Helm Console Chaise $625 - 904361 [​IMG]

    Got it. I've always done the boat builder with windscreen.
     
  2. Jack M

    Jack M Moderator

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    I would guess that because of center pass through, the windscreen would not line up .
    A few posts above ,I mentioned that I would like like to see a dual elevated helm option on the windscreen models
     
  3. lakeliving

    lakeliving Well-Known Member

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    Might lose the sport look if they are too high.
     
  4. Rick from Rocky Mount

    Rick from Rocky Mount Well-Known Member

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    Very good point. We have the subwoofer, amp under the helm and still have room for two 5pks of life jackets and a good sized cooler. And no, no one has stabbed a toe yet!! Would not do without it.
     
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  5. Michiman

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    While either the 150 or 200 will be greatly enjoyed, if the extra cost is no big deal then by all means go with the 200. The top end will probably only be a few miles an hour different, but I think you'll definitely notice and enjoy the benefits of a 200 in the lower ranges.
     
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  6. CapKaz

    CapKaz Well-Known Member

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    Enjoy your new Bennington.
     
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  7. MWChain

    MWChain Member

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    C5C12973-7ED1-4415-B1E3-962E54BC7941.jpeg 4D801868-FDE0-45CD-A5F4-6A3F2F83663C.jpeg C5C12973-7ED1-4415-B1E3-962E54BC7941.jpeg 4D801868-FDE0-45CD-A5F4-6A3F2F83663C.jpeg 3BD66AEA-CEEB-4A1F-93A2-049D7E71CC2B.jpeg The topic of this original thread (22SSRXP w/ SPS and Yamaha 200hp) arrived today. A few pics attached. More to come when it’s in the water, which unfortunately is going to be a while for me (up to 15” of snow forecast this weekend for where I’ll be boating!).
     
  8. BulldogsCadillac

    BulldogsCadillac Just some guy

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    Wow!! Those S series have really stepped up their game!! That unit looks SHARP! Congrats!
     
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  9. Vikingstaff

    Vikingstaff Well-Known Member

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    Looks amazing! Years and years of enjoyment right there.
     
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  10. adkboater

    adkboater Well-Known Member

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    Gorgeous boat!! Looking for pics once in the water!!
     
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  11. SEMPERFI8387

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    Beautiful boat! I love that interior color!
     
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  12. MWChain

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    Thanks everyone. Is 303 still the protectant of choice? Anything else that I need to be doing before it hits the water?
     

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