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Old 03-21-2024, 06:59 PM   #1
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Just purchased a Maxum 3000 SCR. Was a little apprehensive purchasing a 23-year-old boat that went out of production for 24 years. Have been browsing and asked a couple questions. Found this group to be very informative and helpful.
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Old 03-21-2024, 11:24 PM   #2
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Most of what you have asked so far is common to all boat manufacturers.
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I felt the same way when i bought my 1998 2700 SCR, I had some minor engine issues but i think the boat itself is built like a tank!
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Maxum was manufactured from 1988/1989 to 2009 (roughly 20 years). They stopped manufacturing the line 15 years ago.

They manufacture the deck and hull and marry the two together. The rest are 3rd party parts installed by Brunswick. Think of all parts other than the deck and hull as replaceable with each having varying and unique, yet limited lifespans.

Deck and hull are still serviceable. None of this is unique to Maxum and applies to all boats.
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