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Old 11-15-2008   #11
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I just checked out the Moyer marine web site and they want $4,500 for a rebuilt Atomic 4. You will louse that if you ever go to sell the boat with a non working inboard. What you are going to spend on the outboard and what you will pick up on the resale should pay for the Atomic 4.
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the transom of the 35mII is not conducive to decent outboard placement---slaps the water hard and will wet the outboard thoroughly--try it with a drop down jackplate or find a good repower on ebay or craigs list for 1000 and use it....goood luck and happy sailing---these boats do not need an engine except for getting into and out of slippage and moorage--however that is even do able without engine in these boats---they pivot perfectly and do quite nicely in light breezes.....
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