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Old 07-11-2006   #1
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Boat 4 me

I am an intermediate boater class 4 mostly, but i do like to play. I have demod the jackson fun and the ezg 50 what would be better?? I have herd that the ezg's tend to crack around the cock pit how often does it happen

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Old 07-11-2006   #2
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Try a Liquid Logic CR 125 same type of boat as the ezg/fun.

Yes the some of the EZG's have cracked under the cockpit rim, it is not a problem if you are buying a new boat as Wavesport knows about it and is VERY good when it comes to the warrenty.

That said if you buy a used one its your problem.

If you like the EZG I wouldn't let the cracking keep you from buying one as it just causes a small leak that can be covered with ducttape till you get that warrenty boat.

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Old 07-11-2006   #3
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The cracks do occur and seem fairly often. I had no cracks in my 60 but it seems to be the exception. Honestly if you are a class IV boater and have demoed both, you should know which boat you like best.
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Old 07-14-2006   #4
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if youre looking for a nice play boat that will teach you alot and also fits a smaller boater I have a g-force 5-9 for sale and I just lowered the price to 200. Its a great boat but I just have far too many and must get rid of it. if youre interested call me at 970-485-3881 in summit county, CO
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Old 07-17-2006   #5
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THanks for all the suggestions I was wondering what you all thought of the cr 125. I know its supposed to be a river running playboat. to me it seems mor river running. Has anyone been in this boat. How is it for playboating compared to the EZG and the Jackson fun.
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Old 08-11-2006   #6
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K sorry to jump in on this thread, but I'm sure people get sick of the same question being posted over and over again and I have the same questions, basically. This will be my second boat, and i'm all about river running. Sounds like I'll need to eventually get a creeker and a playboat to run everything, but I think for the rivers I run (colorado, green, salmons, etc.) I'm going to get bored before too long if I don't have something playful that can also handle some big water. Friendly folks have turned me towards the Fun, EZG, EZ, Inazone, and Juice. Any comments/comparisons?

Living in UT, I don't have a close source to demo boats so when I go to Jackson hole I want to know what to be looking for.

I am 170 5'11" size 10.5 feet. Which fun should I look at, the 4fun or the Fun? EZ or BigEZ?

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