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    Twin PWC Lift Modification.


    4 point twin PWC cradle problem:

    Too easy to override cradle while docking, risk of running under dock.
    Can't launch PWC on high bunk without floating low PWC.
    Can't tether PWC to cradle, risk of unraveling lift cables if lowered too deep.

    Answer: PWC mooring swing arm:
    Allows either PWC launching and mooring.
    No need to raise lift so as to prevent 2nd PWC from floating away while out on excursion.
    Provides easy and SAFE docking with perfect positioning.

    Boating shouldn't be difficult, this thing works better than I could have hoped for and adds only about forty additional pounds. Note the image that shows the cradle approximately two feet under water. Handles boat wakes with no problem. I also installed a removable center piling & welded on a narrow front deck to the cradle.
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    NICE WORK!


    Quote Originally Posted by bkweld View Post

    4 point twin PWC cradle problem:

    Too easy to override cradle while docking, risk of running under dock.
    Can't launch PWC on high bunk without floating low PWC.
    Can't tether PWC to cradle, risk of unraveling lift cables if lowered too deep.

    Answer: PWC mooring swing arm:
    Allows either PWC launching and mooring.
    No need to raise lift so as to prevent 2nd PWC from floating away while out on excursion.
    Provides easy and SAFE docking with perfect positioning.

    Boating shouldn't be difficult, this thing works better than I could have hoped for and adds only about forty additional pounds. Note the image that shows the cradle approximately two feet under water. Handles boat wakes with no problem. I also installed a removable center piling & welded on a narrow front deck to the cradle.
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    Very nice indeed! We have different lifts where I come from.

    Your's are much cooler!

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    Well done !! they look right at home .

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