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By Andy W (awiggy33) on Friday, October 15, 2004 - 9:13 pm:    Edit Post Delete Post
hey i got a centurion avalanche and we didnt get perfect pass...we think we would use it a lot next season, and im just wondering how hard it it to install and how much it will cost...thanks
-Andy

 
By cliff (foobysmacker) on Saturday, October 16, 2004 - 7:59 am:    Edit Post Delete Post
I just installed mine this season. I'm pretty handy but by no means a skilled mechanic and it took me about 2-3 hours. This included drilling the hull and installing the paddlewheel, so if you already have a paddlewheel that can be shared for PP then I would think it would be even easier.

I have a Sanger w/the black scorpion mercruiser motor, and this motor needs a throttle extension bracket to work w/PP. It was a bit of a pain because of where the original bolt heads were located but still not that bad.

You probably want to contact PP or a reseller to figure out if your boat needs a similar bracket as well as figure out if you'll need to install a paddlewheel in the hull (most newer boats from the last 2 years already have one).

I got a great deal from Karl DeLoof at boarditup.com. Saved a LOT over retail and he was really helpful.

 
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