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Hull Length 19'10"
Max. Recommended HP (HP) 150
Engine Shaft Length 20"
Side Depth 20"
Hull Thickness 0.1"
Bottom Width 65"
Fuel Capacity (gal.) 29
Approximate Boat Weight (lbs.) 1300
Rod Box Length - Port 7'0"
Rod Box Length - Center 8'6"
Max. Person Capacity (persons) 4
Trailer GVWR (lbs.) 3725
Approximate Length On Trailer w/ Motor Down (May vary with engine model and set-back plate) 23'10"
Approx Length On Trailer w/Motor Down/Swing Tongue Open (May vary with engine model/set-back plate) 22'3"
Width On Trailer 95"
Ranger’s flagship aluminum bass boat stands as the high-water mark for all-around performance, comfort and capability. A monster front casting deck delivers ample space for multiple rods without them getting underfoot. This blend of form and function puts anglers first, so you can enjoy time on the water with even more friends and family. Our wider design also keeps more of the hull in the water while on the trolling motor and is less prone to be affected by wind and wave action for frustration-free fishing. It also provides superior stability and storage via two rod boxes, an insulated cooler, and an oversized tackle storage. With an advanced pad-bottom hull, performance-enhancing integrated engine setback, 150-horsepower rating and a big-league layout, you’ll stand out and fly by in the RT198P. Unparalleled craftsmanship is obvious inside and out from the all-welded, wood-free construction to the updated interior touches and handmade fiberglass consoles that hold class-leading 12-inch electronics. Inside the hull is our signature closed-cell flotation foam that solidifies, strengthens and quiets the design for a solid one-piece feel. Oversized rear storage boxes are tailor-made for tackle trays and the rear deck is centered by a divided, timed and aerated livewell. In the world of aluminum tournament rigs, the Ranger RT198P is the apex predator...Welcome To The Top Of The Food Chain.
Equipped with a 150 Mercury.
You have the option to add any GPS/Fishfinder and trolling motor you prefer.
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