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Posted - 02/10/2003 :  12:03:23 PM  Show Profile
anyone have any pro's or con's on triumph boats. im in the market for one the 17' center console. dont know much about that ropolene hull...



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BigEasyRealtor
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Posted - 02/10/2003 :  1:07:34 PM  Show Profile
Don't know anything about Triumph...other than Triumph motorcycles. Please take a look at the 17' Proline Center Console on the RodnReel.com classifieds.

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Posted - 02/10/2003 :  1:39:10 PM  Show Profile
my dad had a 2000 model 17' logic (name before they changed to triumph) with a 90hp yamaha. hull rode pretty rough. it was a very tough boat, but screws tended to back out of the floor. probably easy to fix, just a nusiance. the sides flex due to the nature of the construction, but from what i was told, not a problem. he upgraded to a scout, which is much drier/smoother, but not the same price point.

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Posted - 02/12/2003 :  09:53:09 AM  Show Profile
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I have Triumph 210CC. Did extensive research on web. Always same result. Owners like boats very much, non-owners skeptical. I am very pleased by the easy upkeep and ride/weight of my boat. Have had several small problems that I resolved directly with Triumph (boat on Grand Isle and didn't want to trailer it to dealer for small repair) and could not have been treated better. Can't beat the prices. Do a web search. Most 170 owners are very satisfied.

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jpggpj
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USA
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Posted - 02/20/2003 :  11:18:37 PM  Show Profile
Tweet, I know two people that got them. One guy loves his and the other really doesn't know what to think because he had to bring his in for taking in water. Travis couldn't figure it out so after some time the dealer who actually makes the boat took it (the whole time this is happening the Travis did not collect a note on the boat). After getting it back IT STILL TOOK ON WATER. Needless to say my friend was infuriated. He demanded to be refunded in full but Travis and the dealer who makes the Triumph (I forget the name) offered him a brand new latest and bigger model boat as a replacement. He accepted and is waiting for it to come in. Other than that I say go with the opinions of those who own the boat and not the ones who are just offering their opinions.

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Gill
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USA
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Posted - 02/24/2003 :  10:59:49 PM  Show Profile
Just purchased a used Logic 186CC. Needed a couple of parts for it. Contacted Triumph Sunday night by e-mail. Had a reply Monday morning, answered their questions and had another reply from them Monday afternoon. Can't ask for anything better than that. Manufacturer support is an important factor in chosing a product. Gill

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Posted - 02/25/2003 :  09:21:26 AM  Show Profile
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anyone have any pro's or con's on triumph boats. im in the market for one the 17' center console. dont know much about that ropolene hull...



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Almost bought a 19ft. Triumpth. I did some research and was somewhat impressed with the product. But by great fortune, I found a 1990 Gulf Line with equal features for about $11,000 less and NO monthly notes. If you can afford to spend the money, go for it. If not, then be patient and shop around.

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Posted - 03/22/2003 :  10:52:51 PM  Show Profile
new to forum and seriously looking at a second hand 2002 triumph 186 cool bay through dealer. going out for test run this week. concerned with one of the previous post on boat taking on water. where was it taking in water? has anyone else had any other problems. also, does anyone know of link for book value for boats. this will be our 1st boat so all this is new. quoted $15,900 for the boat with several accessories included.

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jpggpj
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USA
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Posted - 03/23/2003 :  07:04:44 AM  Show Profile
nascar, I had posted about a friend of mine's boat taking on water. Crazy thing is neither Travis nor the dealer who makes the boat could find or fix the problem. I know they had changed out some drains and what nots but never did fix the problem of the boat taking on water. My friend never did follow up on why, he's just happy to have gotten his new rig. Hell the rig they gave him was actually a newer model with a few different features. He seems satisfied. Also try this link for bookvalue on boats. I don't know if it will answer all your questions but it should help. www.nadaguides.com Just click on boats and that should help you out.

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Posted - 03/23/2003 :  09:39:14 AM  Show Profile
thanks for the reply and the nadaguides link. after looking at guide, i have some concerns with what the salesman told me. he stated that the boat was a 2002 model, logic 186 cool bay. nadaguides shows that logic stops with models in 2001 then triumph taking over. the boat had the logic name on the outside. anyone have any info.

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Posted - 03/23/2003 :  12:31:43 PM  Show Profile
My dad and I were looking at getting these, when we started asking around, most didn't know of it, and one guy that did said, "oh, you mean that plastic boat?" and then informed us that they changed names because they went out of business, not saying they aren't good boats, don't know if they are or not, just thought I should share.

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Gill
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USA
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Posted - 03/24/2003 :  9:13:02 PM  Show Profile
quote:

thanks for the reply and the nadaguides link. after looking at guide, i have some concerns with what the salesman told me. he stated that the boat was a 2002 model, logic 186 cool bay. nadaguides shows that logic stops with models in 2001 then triumph taking over. the boat had the logic name on the outside. anyone have any info.





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Gill
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Posted - 03/24/2003 :  9:17:46 PM  Show Profile
I think that Logic was in 2001 and they changed the name to Thriumph in 2002. You can tell the year model by looking at the hull number on the right rear of the boat. The last two numbers tell the year model. That is, 01 would be a 2001 & 02 would be a 2002.

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