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Old 12-10-2014, 12:26 AM   #1
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I purchased a 2015 Tracker Grizzly 1860 Sportsman Edition today.

90hp Mercury 4 stroke
Hydraulic Steering
7 Seelite 50 watt 12 volt LED's
Center Console
4 class 31 Interstate Batteries
Onboard Charger 2/10
Tons of storage
Elevated Deck
Cheap 12 volt generator
Battery switch
Camo seats
Minnkota Pd45 drive v2 trolling motor
All safety equipment

I do plan on some changes to the lights and trolling motor. I'm going to add my EU2000i with two Powermax Pm3 55a invertors, stereo, larger trolling motor. Enjoy
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Old 12-10-2014, 03:37 AM   #2
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Sweet!
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So when are ya blooding the deck!!! Looks like a fine machine!!!!
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That right there is a fine looking setup. Nothing like biting the bullet and getting that new boat! Wish I still had my old flat bottom this time of year.
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I purchased a 2015 Tracker Grizzly 1860 Sportsman Edition today.

90hp Mercury 4 stroke
Hydraulic Steering
7 Seelite 50 watt 12 volt LED's
Center Console
4 class 31 Interstate Batteries
Onboard Charger 2/10
Tons of storage
Elevated Deck
Cheap 12 volt generator
Battery switch
Camo seats
Minnkota Pd45 drive v2 trolling motor
All safety equipment

I do plan on some changes to the lights and trolling motor. I'm going to add my EU2000i with two Powermax Pm3 55a invertors, stereo, larger trolling motor. Enjoy
Nice boat Sparky
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Old 12-10-2014, 01:26 PM   #6
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There's a few tweaks that will be made but it appears that Tracker hit a home run with this one. Thanks guys
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Way to pretty to take out and get banged up and bloody on some nasty ole flat fish LOL
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I put hands on one of those a while back. Its a well put together rig. I like the raised deck. You gonna leave the remote controlled TM on it?
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I put hands on one of those a while back. Its a well put together rig. I like the raised deck. You gonna leave the remote controlled TM on it?
Nope, I traded it for a Yeti 65 today, I put my 24v SW82 on it.

So far I upgraded the TM wiring to #6, added a Power Max Pm3-24-30a, Power Max Pm3-12-55a convertors, my EU2000, Led lighting and a fee other things. I was able to put 3 hours on it Thursday, 38mph at just under 3/4 throttle.
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Nope, I traded it for a Yeti 65 today, I put my 24v SW82 on it.

So far I upgraded the TM wiring to #6, added a Power Max Pm3-24-30a, Power Max Pm3-12-55a convertors, my EU2000, Led lighting and a fee other things. I was able to put 3 hours on it Thursday, 38mph at just under 3/4 throttle.
Thats plenty fast!! Didn't figure you were gonna leave it on there. I've tried running a rig to gig off of with a remote before and its a pain in the a$$ Can you convert the drivers in those lights to AC? Or do the LED chips have to be swapped also? I understand that the inverters were the easiest route. Just curious thats all. I'm still running HPS.
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