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Pontoon Boat Log Float Tube | 24 FT x 25 Inch w/ Port Strake

Boat part number 2001315 is a new 24 Foot x 25" pontoon log float tube.
made for Custom Applications
$1,195.00 MSRP: $1,613.25
GLS Stock #: 2001315-4WW13
Only 1 left
Boat part number 2001315 is a new 24 Foot x 25" pontoon log float tube.

This pontoon log has (1) 231" long bracket on the starboard side. The port side has (1) 36" long bracket at the back of the log, followed by (8) 4" long brackets. There is a lifting strake on the port side.

NOTE: The manufacturer calls this a 24' x 25" pontoon log. This fully functional log contains some cosmetic scuffs, scratches, and writing. See photos for measurements.

Specifications:
  • Part Manufacturer: Unavailable
  • Part Number: Unavailable
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Manufacturer Dimensions: 24' x 25"
  • Bracket Lengths: (1) 232", (1) 36", (8) 4"
  • Lifting Strakes: Port
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Sold "As Is". All Sales on this item are Final.

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

Sold "As Is". All Sales on this item are Final.

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Product Questions

I have a 1993 Premier Grand Majestic 24’. One of my logs leaks and am always looking to increase them to 25” or 27” diameter. Do you have anything that would fit?
Question by: Mark Arens on Jul 22, 2022, 9:09 PM
Hi Mark,

I'm afraid we don't have any way to cross reference the logs we have to specific boats. You'd want to get the actual length of your logs and get as close to that as you can. Going up in diameter shouldn't make any difference.

As far as the mounting brackets would go, most all logs have 16" center on center brackets, which is what your boat's cross members most likely are, but you'd want to check that.

Gene
Answer by: Admin on Jul 24, 2022, 9:57 AM