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  • #31
    Originally posted by swatguy View Post

    That boat has been available a long time. I had a buddy interested , but the local deal on something else worked itself out. I don’t know any of the specifics , but I am positive they’d be open to offers
    Ill send them a message right now. but what do you guys think about these local 210s? comparable?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by daveybobcat View Post
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          Not sure if you would like this one. It is a Natique. Lol. I have this search and check it almost everyday on KSL.
          Actually a 220 just came up. It is a little more than your budget but as all the posters have said, it fits your list. Search again.



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          • #35
            If you're looking at 210's, others have pointed out, it sounds like there was a pretty big change for the 2007 model year - and it sounds like that year may suit your needs a bit better.

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            • #36
              Some people do not care for the interior for 2007 though. It was fixed for 2008.

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              • #37
                A friend of mine just listed his 2006 210, Low hours on KSL. If I wasn’t so set in my ways of a Python 210, I’d probably buy it.

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                • #38
                  Don't rule out an earlier SANTE 210. With the help of this site, a few fat sacs and a Mission Delta, our wave is great on both sides and even my bigger butt can surf without a rope after getting the right board. The wakeboarding wake is spectacular as is with the factory tanks. Some great boats listed in this thread but if you want to stay on budget you might need to go a little older. I read your first post and an older SANTE seems to check all of your boxes. The pic is all three factory tanks full, 400 extra on each rear tank (plumbed in thanks TJ) and 5-7 people scattered about the boat. Perfect pass 10.5-10.7 Good luck!

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by 03SANTE View Post
                    Don't rule out an earlier SANTE 210. With the help of this site, a few fat sacs and a Mission Delta, our wave is great on both sides and even my bigger butt can surf without a rope after getting the right board. The wakeboarding wake is spectacular as is with the factory tanks. Some great boats listed in this thread but if you want to stay on budget you might need to go a little older. I read your first post and an older SANTE seems to check all of your boxes. The pic is all three factory tanks full, 400 extra on each rear tank (plumbed in thanks TJ) and 5-7 people scattered about the boat. Perfect pass 10.5-10.7 Good luck!

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                    Good to know, Thanks PA!
                    what year range are you suggesting? i just keep hearing so much about 06,07,08

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                    • #40
                      Ours is an 03, sticker says 10 people. From what I have read here it has a little more room on the inside than earlier years though the same hull. Team Editions have factory ballast tanks as standard and it was easy to add bags to the system with great help from this forum. 03's and 04's should be under 30K. I think those later years have a different prop rotation that makes it easier to get a good port side wave but I am very pleased with ours.

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                      • #41
                        HI guys!
                        does the 210 and 220 have that full length deep V hull like the tige and avalanche? or does it flatten at the transom? also, the 230 is out of my price range, but why is there so little mention in these forums on that 230 vs the 210 and 220?

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by daveybobcat View Post
                          HI guys!
                          does the 210 and 220 have that full length deep V hull like the tige and avalanche? or does it flatten at the transom? also, the 230 is out of my price range, but why is there so little mention in these forums on that 230 vs the 210 and 220?
                          budget.

                          The first year it was made is 2007 but named the 236. It is a great boat and meets every one of your needs and beyond. I think it is your best choice, but they typically don't start until the 40k range.

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                          • #43
                            GOT A DEPOSIT ON A 220. cant thank you guys enough for all the help and advice. test drive on saturday. hope all goes well!

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                            • #44
                              The 220 is perfect for your needs. Good luck

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