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I'll start it off.
This has been my rig for the last couple seasons. 1442 mod v Jon boat. 6X6 platform 4" rise. 4X400watt halos and a 2500 watt Honda genny.
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Gonna be my new rig for this spring. 1648 mod v. Gonna have a 6X8 flush platform with 6 150watt HPS lights.
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It's a 14ft by like 36. I really like that 1648 you posted earlier. That's what I really want or a fan boat without the fan lol
I think I'm gonna like the upgrade. Fan boat with the fan is my dream setup.
 

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Yup. That's why it's a dream. Lol
 

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Nice lookin boat. Does that platform get tippy?
 

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We bought it with the set up on it but it was made from all alluninum so that its lighter but very strong all in the same. Its a 1/8 in thick sheet welded to a tubed frame. And no it doesnt get to tippsy but its a wide river jon so it holds the weight pretty good. Heres a closer pic of the platform.

 

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What kind of lights are those on there? And how high of a rise is that? Gonna be building a new platform for my boat and I'm not sure if I want it flush or raised yet.
 

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They are halogen lights we have never got a chance to use them cause no generator but the previous owner said that they were more than enough. And the platform is about 2 foot high. The platform is attached to the front by angle aluminum and bolted through the top bubble of the boat ever 12-18 in and it has 2 pieces of tubed aluminum that has plates on the bottom at the rear of the platform the hold up the rear.
 

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Thanks. Not sure I want to go that high on a 48" wide boat. Do you know offhand how wide your boat is at the bottom at the transom??
 

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I'm not sure but ill try to find out
no big deal just wondered for stability reasons. Mostly it's just me and my buddies, but I take my 60 year old uncle and my dad a few times a year and I want to make sure it will be stable enough for them.
 
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