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Old 09-05-2009   #1
 
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I'm thinking about buying a 2fun and I was wondering what some people think of it? and i was also wondering if its limited at all doing the tricks?

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I have had a 4Fun for a couple of years now and I love it. It is truly the best boat I have ever owned. The outfitting is super comfy, I can sit in the boat for 3-4 hours before I get uncomfortable, you won't find that in many a boat. It runs like a dream in big volume water and I have even taken it down some creeky runs when I didn't bring the right boat. I can even throw down in waves and holes and toss cartwheels all day. If you are looking for an all around boat, then the Fun series is great. If you are looking for a full on playboat that you can do anything in, the Star series is a great option. I highly recommend the Fun. Hope this helps, Cheers J
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I have had a 4Fun for a couple of years now and I love it. It is truly the best boat I have ever owned. The outfitting is super comfy, I can sit in the boat for 3-4 hours before I get uncomfortable, you won't find that in many a boat. It runs like a dream in big volume water and I have even taken it down some creeky runs when I didn't bring the right boat. I can even throw down in waves and holes and toss cartwheels all day. If you are looking for an all around boat, then the Fun series is great. If you are looking for a full on playboat that you can do anything in, the Star series is a great option. I highly recommend the Fun. Hope this helps, Cheers J
but you can still do spins and stuff on a wave right?
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Definitely, just as long you're not too big for the boat, otherwise you'll just spend a lot of time upside down! I have paddled my buddy's Fun and I am too big for it. Make sure you get the right size for you.
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So I'm 5'6'' and 125 would I be in the two fun or the fun?
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I think you would find the Fun to be a better fit for you right now, plus it will allow you some growing room. Since you're 14, you'll probably be putting on a bit of height and weight.
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I didn't realize you were only 14, I totally agree with marcellern. You don't want a boat you're going to grow out of in a year or so. Go with the Fun.
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thanks!!
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