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Old 02-17-2006, 01:02 AM
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does anyoen know this company?
http://www.noprofileboatlifts.com/

were trygin to get something that will be "association approved" for our townhouse. this looks pretty good but ive never heard of them before.
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Saw them @ the show. I liked it very much and I think it would work at a lake house with fairly shallow water and restrictions on dock squar footage. Be aware it is hydraulic operated so you have to pay attention to the type of fluid to avoid a CG incident. Joe Murray
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Interesting, would really like to see more of how it works. If it is hydraulic then it looks like the length of travel might not be that great. Does someone have more pics of the lift, looks really cool.
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They are very expensive. I think they start @ $15,000.00. Made down in St. Augustine. Call Jack Luft, 803-493-0475, if interested.He makes the controls for the lifts.
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If it is hydraulic then it looks like the length of travel might not be that great.
Appears to be cable driven. Very nice feature of the full deck.
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I like the jet docks that lay flat on the water and you just drive your boat up onto it.
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Saw them @ the show. I liked it very much and I think it would work at a lake house with fairly shallow water and restrictions on dock squar footage. Be aware it is hydraulic operated so you have to pay attention to the type of fluid to avoid a CG incident. Joe Murray
which show? MIami? i didnt see them there, but im goin back on sunday.

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I like the jet docks that lay flat on the water and you just drive your boat up onto it.
jet dock make a hydrolift now also, but the association i live in does not allow floating docks or hydro lifts. or lifts that at highly visible or block anyone view etc.
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The No Profile Lift is a hydraulic cylinder driving a cable thru a series of cable sheaves. Very similar to the action of a Hydro Hoist cable lift only laid over and the force supplied by hydraulics instead of big air tanks. Yes they are at the rear left corner of the big tent when leaving the convention center for the outside exhibits at Miami. Joe Murray
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Has anyone on the board bought one of these? I like the clean look of them, and the concept of a full deck around the boat so you can clean it and work on it.
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