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    Wood or composite transom?

    I see a lot of Stratos forsale, just wondering if or when they went to composite transoms?

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    about 98-99 I believe
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    The transition year was 97. Some 97 models were composite and some were not...by 98 all Stratos models were composite.

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    So no wood to rot? How tough are the transoms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90pantera View Post
    So no wood to rot? How tough are the transoms?

    tons of old stratos boats still fishing out there, so plenty strong!
    2000 stratos 20 ss (bought new)
    200 hp Rude ficht -re200flssh
    twin 12 ft. talons-blue water leds
    hook 7 and lms520c
    pulled by a 2500HD Denali
    bravo1 fs croxtonized
    proud dad of an ARMY Lieutenant. (Back home finally)
    proud uncle of an ARMY Sergeant
    member of "team deplorable" MAGA
    ASE/GM Master tech before tools