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Submitted: 03-07-2002 by Jim

Some of you say, "the 160-T won't go where you want it to go." I say, learn to paddle or get a rudder." The 160-T I have "tracks" very well and the rudder comes in handy when you have "cross winds." Most of the time I am on Lake Wylie in South Carolina with speed boats,etc. The waves can be high at times coming from these types of boats but, if you head into them correctly, the 160-T handles them nicely. I love this boat. As far as the weight of the boat, I am 62 with a triple by-pass and with a "Yakima rack," "Holly Rollers," "Mako saddles," "Thule Outrigger" and a "Cabela's Canoe Carrier" I can put the 160-T on the rack and take it off by my self with on problem.
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