>thanks in advance!
They act different on every boat and every motor.
If your trying to keep the bow down on a fairly light boat then it might
work for you.
The only way to know is to try one.
Carl G. Craver
>>These are effective but only for the owners and partners of the company
>>producing them....as long as they do not use them for marine related
>Couldn't have said it better myself. Don't waste your money.
In my case on a 14' boat with 60hp engine, I get up on to the plane much
faster (especially when carrying a full load on passengers) and I save
fuel so I can't complain...
Nick Smeltzer CNE
Others here seem to think that they are worthless but I would not
agree. I use my 16' boat with a 115 off the back to wakeboard. We
weight it down with 700 - 800 lbs + people and those fins make all the
difference in the world. Without them it would take forever (if at all)
to get the boat planning, but with them it pops up like nothing. We
just slapped ours on two weeks ago and love them as it has saved us from
buying a lower pitch prop. For their cost give'm a try. If they don't
work no worries, take'm off and you only lost $25. That's my two cents!
> thanks in advance!
I'm new to boating and I'm wondering what these "doel-fins" are. Are
these the things that I have seen attached to the sides of some
outdrives? Do they really work? Where can they be purchased and
approximately how much are they?
> > Are Doel-fins any good?
> > thanks in advance!
yes, depends on your requirements. ***my boat is as far away from
under-powered as any on the face of the non-racing water[earth]. i have 20ft
allison, 200merc, solid mounts, low water pickups and yes a doel-fin device[
not doel-fin but custom made]. i run to 90 mph. it helped me.....under powered,
>> Are Doel-fins any good?
>> thanks in advance!
7. Doel Fins?