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Old 03-17-2006, 07:01 PM
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Default For those of you with Myco cradles...

What did you use to secure it to your lift and where can I buy them?

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Old 03-18-2006, 12:14 AM
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just installed a galvanived myco cradel for my topgun on a dalphin lift. having a fabrication shop, i fabricated two half inch thick plates. one on top of the cradel channel second between the cradel and the i beam of the lift. used half inch all thread and bolted down thru the 4 corners and used some special clips to grip under the lift beam. all stainless steel. worked great! give me a fax number and i`ll send you info. if you need some help to fab. i can do this also. you can call my shop weekdays if you like 570-326-4655... i`ll try to post a pic. for you....don...
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Old 03-18-2006, 01:16 AM
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Pasunbum,

Did you install the cradle on the lift yourself or have a local dock builder do it (Cape Coral I'm assuming)? I'm building a house in Cape Coral now and spoke to Myco about a cradle for my 42 Fountain. They said it's usually done by a local dock builder.

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Old 03-18-2006, 06:52 PM
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i purchased the cradel from myco and they delivered to my home. cradel is heavy, you will need six guy`s to move it! i worked with dick morean from aquamarine construction to set a new dolphin lift and also the cradel. if you have alot of help you can set it yourself, heavy but you could do it...i did not want to drill any holes so i made my own brackets from stainless steel to bolt it down.... step, if you pm me i`ll tell you where i live in the cape and you could take a look... don
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