Not your everyday conversion...10' Livingston dual hull

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LMBDave
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Sorry I dont have any pics from the build, just the finished project. This was my first conversion project.

These livingstons are awesome boats. They are incredibly stable and make awesome bass fishing boats...however, they are very heavy, about 200lbs completely dry.

here's the boat:

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That's a nice looking boat you did a great job
Saving for a Ranger bass boat...until then...

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manley09 wrote:That's a nice looking boat you did a great job
thank u man, its a fun boat. working on my next conversion right now. its a 12' columbian tri-hull. Gonna be interesting. I'll post a link to the thread after i get it started.

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Thats is an intresting build. Nice Job :D
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Cool looking boat!! Nice job.

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What is the weight of that boat. Do you know.

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bugkiller wrote:What is the weight of that boat. Do you know.
dude honestly, with all the decking and everything, i would guess close to 3000lbs!!!
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Is that a harbor freight trailer? Also what size trolling motor do you use for this boat?

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Awesome conversion! Nice job. I think that's roomiest 10 footer I've seen. Looks like a great fishing platform.
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Very cool. Looks like an awesome fishing platform.
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Now you just need a 3-4 hp outboard on a jack plate, and you can run really shallow with that thing. Does it have a capacity plate on it?
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It looks great! How wide is it?

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tinboatlover wrote:It looks great! How wide is it?
This thing was over 55" wide, i cant remember exactly how wide it was. Most stable small boat u can get though i guarantee it. Sold it about 2 weeks ago, then started working on my new project. Check it out in my signature, 12' columbian.