2019 Grady-White 180 Fisherman

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2019 Grady White 180 fisherman

150 Yamaha four-stroke (96 Hrs)

2019 Ez-Loader Single axle aluminum Trailer

Fog Blue Hull Color

Hydraulic Steering

Hydraulic trim tabs

Cockpit shower

Duel Batteries with Switch

Garmin Ecomap 64CV

Bimini top

Fresh Black Bottom Paint

Power Pole

Yamaha Tach

Fusion Stereo with JL Speakers

Forward Bow cushion

Two Aft Seats

*Boat was just fully Ceramic Coated!

Located in Charleston, SC. Will Deliver for free within 200 Miles of Charleston!

Nice Boat, Super Clean. Excellent Value for a slightly used boat!
 

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Sorry, 44,900 asking, Bring all reasonable offers
 

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Why would you put a power pole on a saltwater boat?

More holes to patch in the gel coat when you take that stupid thing off...

If you're trailering the boat, why did you bottom paint it?
 
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Why would you put a power pole on a saltwater boat?

More holes to patch in the gel coat what you take that stupid thing off...

If you're trailering the boat, why did you bottom paint it?
Because he wanted to? It is his boat after all.
 

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This is a saltwater boat. Unless you are in the flats in Florida, most of the time the water depth is probably 20-50+ ft.

A power pole isnt going to do you much good.

Now that he wants to sell the boat, it's more unnecessary junk that's probably adding 1K to the overall cost of the boat.
 

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Why would you put a power pole on a saltwater boat?

More holes to patch in the gel coat when you take that stupid thing off...

If you're trailering the boat, why did you bottom paint it?
Maybe the owner normally keeps it in salt water (or any water, for that matter) - at least for a little while - but also takes the boat to other areas where the power pole is useful. Just because it's on a trailer, doesn't mean it's ONLY a trailerable boat. That's why the phrase "to each his own" works so well with us boaters!

But I don't think it's fair to call it "stupid". He obviously had a reason for it and it made sense to him... what anyone else thinks about it, myself included, doesn't matter in any way, shape or form. It sounds like you're trying to instill your values and opinions upon someone else.
 
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Why would you put a power pole on a saltwater boat?

More holes to patch in the gel coat when you take that stupid thing off...

If you're trailering the boat, why did you bottom paint it?
Just because you don't like what someone else has installed on their boat, doesn't give you the right to give the guy grief on his for sale post. If you're not buying his boat, keep your negative comments to yourself.