JSCinci2005
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BoaterTalk 1
I picked up the nano and was able to get it out and have some fun in it I really like it for my local creeks and it will be a great yough, ocoee boat. So far I'm having a blast I need to pick up a 9r too.
JSCinci2005
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BoaterTalk No it wont
The Loki uses a large cockpit size and the 9r is and XL of you use a bungee skirt you may be able to stretch it but it will be tough.
JSCinci2005
I like the idea of a small creeker for the right creaks around here I'm about 225lbs geared up and the max is 243 on a large nano. I'm used to being on the top range of all of my boats. What are everyone else thoughts on the nano?
JSCinci2005
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BoaterTalk
That's a good idea! Being that it's a right cock out there isn't much wiggling room so the missing pads would be that noticeable
JSCinci2005
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BoaterTalk
That's what I was thinking too maybe try and move the seat around and the thigh braces and definitely do some stretched haha I fit in a new style rock star with out a problem so I should be able to make it work.
JSCinci2005
If so I have a couple questions about the outfitting, I'm 6' 215lbs I can fit into it with the seat in the middle but not great lol if I move the seat back i fit a lot better and if I could get the seat lowered a little the would be even better I have a long torso and somewhat shorter legs for someone 6' any input would be appreciated!