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    Default Placecraft 22 Deck Boat

    Thoughts on this boat. Considering it. What would be a good price?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mxvet View Post
    Thoughts on this boat. Considering it. What would be a good price?
    depends on the boat. Hours, colors, year, engine, drive, ect
    Great boats. Also depends what you want to do with it

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    Ron just sent me some pics on his 23 Deck & he builds a nice boat. Throws in a lot of extras as standard features when other people charge extra.

    You buying used or new?

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    Before I bought the Howard I looked into building a new placecraft 28 deck. I went down to his shop. I would recomend him just from the quality i saw at the shop. He does put a lot of extras on his boats standard. I compared the shockwave deck to his deck. both 28' with the same engine/drive package. Other than the design of the hulls the placecraft seemed just as nice and A LOT less money. If i was on the market for a new boat I would probably buy a placecraft (HOWARD would be my first choice but they are to much for my budget new).

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    I hear the 22 Placecraft does not like a jet drive. They are great with a prop.


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    2000 Placecraft 22' Deck Don't think too much or it will be gone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrettLee3232 View Post
    Ron just sent me some pics on his 23 Deck & he builds a nice boat. Throws in a lot of extras as standard features when other people charge extra.

    You buying used or new?
    Depending what year... Because I know that the newest ones were built by Laveycraft...

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    i absolutely love mine!! feel free to ask questions. and as for price i have seen them from around 22k-35k
    2006 22ft Placecraft 496 Mag

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    Tony, what's us sucka? You going to be in WV over the 4th? I have a number of friends with 22 Place and they all love them. I think they are a great looking and performing boat.

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    Know any others for sale other than the link to the 2000. My budget is 25000 max.

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    bartel, I am comonig out of a wakeboard boat with v-drive. Did not need it anymore. Plus I want to be able to raise the prop if needed. Now it's time for me and the wife to chill on the boat without kids. We thought the Placecraft 22 deck would nice as we like how it be easy to walk right off the front. We usually go to Buckskin or Moabi with trips to Havasu. The placecraft has got to handle rough water better than my prior boat. Does it do decent when it gets busy and rough on the river or Havasu? Do they need trim tabs? Any thing I should look for or stay away from? What ever you got helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mxvet View Post
    bartel, I am comonig out of a wakeboard boat with v-drive. Did not need it anymore. Plus I want to be able to raise the prop if needed. Now it's time for me and the wife to chill on the boat without kids. We thought the Placecraft 22 deck would nice as we like how it be easy to walk right off the front. We usually go to Buckskin or Moabi with trips to Havasu. The placecraft has got to handle rough water better than my prior boat. Does it do decent when it gets busy and rough on the river or Havasu? Do they need trim tabs? Any thing I should look for or stay away from? What ever you got helps.
    I'm in the same situation as you. Just sold the Wake boat and I too am tired of crawling over the front of my boat (with the dog) too.. But at the same time I can't fit a big deck boat on the side of my house and I really don't need that big of a boat. I figure a small deck boat would do the trick. I've heard from many that the Placecraft boats handle very nice..

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    Too Bad there are not many for sale out there. There is only one that I know of right now. It looks good but I have never been a big fan of purple. The others i found by searching are all sold.

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    Default I have one for sale

    U want one..................? I have one ..................
    2007 place built by domen8er 496 mag 110 hrs just got detailed, servived end of last season orange grey and white, gets compliments all the time ..................36,500.... Email me if you would like some pictures
    brandon@gregsautobody.com boats in willow valley and can be viewed almost anytime

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