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breakaway 15-01-2008 13:47

Dux or Advance Cats
 
Dux or Advance Cats; Anyone have any experience with these as a tender ?

Yotboss 16-01-2008 07:41

We have an 11' Advance Cat with a 15hp ob and love it. Have had it for about 3 years with no problems. Very stable, tracks straight, roomy, comfy ride. Would do it again.

SeaKing 26-03-2008 08:49

How about these boats. Dux, catamaran dingy's the 13 footer carries 1700 lbs. It weighs 118 lbs. 4 chambers max horsepower engine is 25. costs$3,376

the 18 footer is $4,180 it carries 2400lbs weighs 148lbs can use up to a 40 HP.

These boats roll/fold up for storage.

Anyone with any experience. Check out the video

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brogreg 24-06-2011 23:21

Re: Dux or Advance Cats
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by breakaway (Post 126158)
Dux or Advance Cats; Anyone have any experience with these as a tender ?

I purchased a Dux Boat in the spring of 07 after getting it home and inflating it i found over 17 seam air leaks the floors didn't fit and the instructions were terrible
they claim that the pump is designed to automatically pop off at 6 psi i contacted the pump manufacture regarding there pump and the valves used in the dux and no such function was designed into the pump the inner bladder instructions were inflate like a soft pillow when i contacted dux i was told to send it back at my expense $700 both ways i eventually was able to repair it myself the second spring i was getting it ready as per the instructions and it exploded violently
once again i was told to send it back at my expense i requested a new boat and was told that because they were a new company the best they could do was sell me a new boat with a very small discount

21 years in business doesn't seam all that new


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