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    Are you stronger than a 6 year old?

    I sprayed my bunks down with silicone and had my 6 year old son to winch my ski onto the trailer from my work stand. No joke, once I got it started he winched it all the way to the trailer stop. He was SO proud that he did it.
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    I aint.

    Im looking to purchase an electrc winch.
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    Silicone spray is the best thing since sliced bread. The skis literally slide with the touch of a hand. Makes them easy to get on and off the trailer at home by yourself or at the water.

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    Be carefull with the silicone on the bunks, Once I un hooked my ski on the ramp and it slid off on to the ramp since my trailer was on the ramp angle,that stuff is slick. But it sure makes it easy un loading and loading on a work dolly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2fast4u View Post
    Be carefull with the silicone on the bunks, Once I un hooked my ski on the ramp and it slid off on to the ramp since my trailer was on the ramp angle,that stuff is slick. But it sure makes it easy un loading and loading on a work dolly!

    been there, done that too! Ron Allison was still sitting on my ski when it slid off.

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    Little dude is going to have to let me use those gloves when we ride the 91 superjet.

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    Dude, I should call the department of labor on you. I can't believe your working that 6yr old that hard.

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    Its ok the kid ate a can of spinich .

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2fast4u View Post
    Be carefull with the silicone on the bunks, Once I un hooked my ski on the ramp and it slid off on to the ramp since my trailer was on the ramp angle,that stuff is slick. But it sure makes it easy un loading and loading on a work dolly!
    wow what kind of damage did that due? maybe thats what happend to the ski i looked at during the summer. the whole lower left side was chewed up. he said it was from being tied to a dock and boats going past.

    when i put mine in the water i just let the winch out about a foot.

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    I had Black rollers on my trailer at first, it was a b$%ch to get on AND off.
    Replaced the black rollers with red ones, now i get to the boat ramp, (and reversed in), un-tie the jetski give it a slight nudge and WOOSH!!...

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