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Old 04-24-2006, 01:10 PM
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I'm looking for pictures of your aluminum swim platforms. The more views the better.
What would you change on your platform? (if anything)
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Here's mine, 37 Outerlimits
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perfect. Keep em coming gang...
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Hey Gordo,,, put hand holds on the ends ,, its hard to climb up on the trim tabs when their is nothing to hold on to or grab,,,, the slots are too close for a mans fingers to get a good hold,,, its ok for kids ,,, but not for grown-ups ,,,, I think its safer to climb up on the side or end than it is to go up over the props,,,, Good luck,,

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heres mine..kinda different...
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Gordo ask Pat for pic of mine, I havent seenit yet
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id like to get one for my cig, anyone have one for a mistress they want to get rid of reasonably? let me know, rm
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I had a new one made for my Formula 357SR1 and we made it out of Starboard--projected 36" from transom and was full wirdth of boat. It supported the fat-a$$ dockhand at the marina thru lots of abuse so I'd put it up against any of them. I decided I wanted it at the water line rather than up at the rub rail
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