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2013 Alumacraft MV 1756 AW Tiller

Request Price St. Peter, Minnesota
Make Alumacraft
Model MV 1756 AW Tiller
Year 2013
Condition New
Price Request Price
Type Power
Class Freshwater Fishing
Length 17 ft
Fuel Type Gas
Hull Material Aluminum
Location St. Peter, Minnesota
Beam 6 ft 11 in
Dry Weight 600 uom.
Seating Capacity 5
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1
Hull Shape Modified Vee
Hull Warranty None

Description

Alumacraft all-welded tiller jon boats are the standard for durability, workmanship and performance. These hard working, no-nonsense boats are built on Alumacraft's legendary all-welded hull; reinforced with heavier, wider and stronger ribs. That makes the entire jon boat stronger, more rigid, and extremely durable. You'll find outstanding workmanship and heavy gauge construction the entire length of the boat. Back it up with a reliable outboard and put that boat to work. Tunnel hull models are available in all sizes—see your dealer for details.

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