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    #21
    The storage is awesome my main thing would be how well it handles water on the Great Lakes. I'd be very impressed if it handled as good or better than my legend.
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    2012 Legend Alpha 211
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    #22
    I have a Predator 2010 which is the predecessor to this boat. Same hull design. Its 9" shorter and has a 93" beam rather than I think 95" or 96" Boat, motor, fuel, and gear weighs in over 3000lbs. I've never been in a Legend except when it was sitting on a trailer. My Lund has been on Lake Michigan numerous times. I promise you, you'd be impressed. That being said, as a daily driver on the Great Lakes there are better options. The biggest difference in the performance is going to be speed. My Lund is a 60mph boat stock and I can get on plane in just a few seconds. I'm only rated for 225 and the ProV Bass is rated for 250. I'm sure with a jackplate and some tweaking squeezing 70+mph out of it is doable. Your boat is probably 70+ from the factory.
    Life isn't fair


    2013 Lund Predator 2010
    2013 Mercury 225 Pro XS
    112lb Terrova Ipilot Link
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    1970 Lund 14 footer
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    #23
    Lund website updated with the new 189 glass boats.189 Pro Vee pictured.

    http://www.lundboats.com/boat-models/189-pro-v-gl/
    Last edited by Wall-I; 09-30-2016 at 12:11 AM.

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