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  Please Help ID this Necky Model
  Posted by: 1geo on Feb-09-13 9:31 AM (EST)
   Category: unassigned 

-- Last Updated: Feb-09-13 9:32 AM EST --

I have an 17 ft, fiberglass ocean Necky Kayak with rudder, that was built in 1989 (serial number NEC015J89) I am trying to find out what model it is. I believe its an Arluk I; any information would be greatly appreciated

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  Contact Necky
  Posted by: magooch on Feb-09-13 10:53 AM (EST)
I would either email, or call Necky.
 
 
  You really need a better pic than that
  Posted by: LeeG on Feb-09-13 10:22 PM (EST)
-- Last Updated: Feb-09-13 10:25 PM EST --

Do you have dimensions?
Looks more like a Tesla but the pic is really inadequate
Arluks were longer than 17'

 
 
  Thanks
  Posted by: 1geo on Feb-09-13 10:43 PM (EST)
Thanks, we will get it down this week and I'll take some better shots of it and repost. Thanks for the reply.
 
 
  Dimensions
  Posted by: LeeG on Feb-10-13 6:45 PM (EST)
Arluks had fairly concave ends and the Tesla was more rounded but max beam and length would narrow things down quickly.
 

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