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  Posted by: guideboatguy on Jan-13-13 10:04 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Jan-13-13 10:05 PM EST --

That four-inch freeboard situation is what a previous poster was describing for the "new" load-capacity rating of 1200 pounds (up from the older rating of 900 pounds), not your intended load of 750 pounds. I don't have experience carrying those kinds of loads in any tandem canoe, but I trust other's judgement that 750 pounds is a bit too much for safe and efficient travel in a 16-foot Camper.


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