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    Custom PWC Stand

    TUF Stands have developed an all custom Personal Watercraft stand. It's sleek look & mighty construction are modeled to your specifications.

    Fabricated from 2" square tubing, angle & flat stock, this welded design will hold any Personal Watercraft on the market today.

    Our bunks come standard with pressure treated lumber that are covered in high quality marine carpet with an array of carpet colors to choose from. Our swivel hinge bunk design will conform to any model PWC, ideal for hull repair.

    Great options are made available with bunk slides, ideal for transferring from stand to trailer with absolute ease, along with front & rear tie downs that secure your PWC to your stand.

    We also have an assortment of casters from pneumatic, poly & phenolic to choose from, available in many colors that give your stand that all custom look - Swivel & brake design casters are standard in our products.

    TUF Stands access to laser cutting machines are ideal for business by incorporating your business brand onto a one-of-a-kind custom built PWC stand. It is a unique & exciting perspective on promoting & advertising your company/and or business brand at trade shows or your shop.

    Our range of custom stands includes the SR. Series perfect for todays heavier sit down model skis, the JR. Series for lighter model skis & our SU Series designed specifically for todays stand-up skis.

    TUF Stands are finished in a variety of colors & start at only $129.00. Shipping starts at $59.95. Enquire today & get your very own TUF Stand.PM me should you have any questions.

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    Just picked up two stands from Carl last night. Im very satisfied with my purchase. The quality is exceptional.
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    Thanks James.

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    Is there any way to make one height adjustable?
    In other words, have the ability to raise the stand up to get it off the trailer and then lower it to work on the ski.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmoeller View Post
    Is there any way to make one height adjustable?
    In other words, have the ability to raise the stand up to get it off the trailer and then lower it to work on the ski.
    Anything is possible my friend. Got your PM. Speak shortly.

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    PM sent

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    I see that you are now using caps on the ends of the beams. Where did you get them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twelvesorbetter View Post
    I see that you are now using caps on the ends of the beams. Where did you get them?
    Yeah, it really cleans it up. Buddy of mine here in Boston sells them - need 4 or 8?

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    Enough for both stands..

    PM me and let me know how much the castors cost. I may want to upgrade the first stand you did for me.

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    wow, those pneumatic casters have been so popular, my poor standard casters have only been collecting dust ever since I introduced the pneumatic - tough as nails.
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