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    sling

    I need to buy a sling to lift my skis to cart.
    Any links appreciated. Are they all that expensive as the one in the store????

    thanks for help.


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    Anyone tried or seen "pro hoist slings" ???

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    Steve, Did you try to yoke the ski onto the dolly? I do this atleast twice a week... It isnt as hard as it looks...

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    you can get them from aquacarts.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by skoepp View Post
    I need to buy a sling to lift my skis to cart.
    Any links appreciated. Are they all that expensive as the one in the store????

    thanks for help.
    Steven, I think Sea doo has a sling available.

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    They do... there like $300

    Check Overtons

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    Prohoists.com Very good quality and reasonable pricing.

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    THanks for the links.

    Jesse i already have the crane so I might as well get the sling.

    Problem is there pretty pricy but not worth going under weight and dumping the ski.

    I have used several slings at dealership and from what i saw is you really need the high side hooks to not scratch up the outer hull on our 4 techs.

    Heres what i found:

    GH seadoo sling - 285
    Aqua carts sling - 280
    Pro hoist sling - 170

    I looked on seadoo.com but cound not find anything. But i am sure it would be the most expensive.

    Looking at the GH and Aquacarts they both have the highside rails on hooks.
    The pro hoist has the shorter hooks and in pics I cant tell anything.

    Anyone that has used pro hoist sling on seadoo 4 tech please chime in.

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    I have the large 1500 lb. slings from prohoists and they work great. I have a small shop and use them daily. The large ones that I have are almost overkill. You can lift any four stroke and never worry at all. I have a GTX S/C hanging in mine right now. They are completely rubber coated and won't scratch the ski. No I don't own stock in this company I just like there product.

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