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Old 01-24-2008, 11:43 AM
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I know that there have been some post in the past but I cant get the search feature to work for me.
Which boat lifts do you guys recommend and recommend to stay away from?
8,000#, 30' boat

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If you need a floating lift then you cannot beat a sunstream floatlift.
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Check with Docmanrich37. He is in the business, and manufactures a boat lift motor.
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Docmanrich fixed me up back after the storm, new motors, straightened lift out, and even put in 2 jet ski lifts with his faster motors..and get this...everything works:D Rich is now coming back end of month to build another lift for Sandy's Albury Bros. CC and build a wooded launch to make access easier. Last summer he built a floating dock as well, which was alot fun for everyone who went by. Check the pic out.
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Docmanrich fixed me up back after the storm, new motors, straightened lift out, and even put in 2 jet ski lifts with his faster motors..and get this...everything works:D Rich is now coming back end of month to build another lift for Sandy's Albury Bros. CC and build a wooded launch to make access easier. Last summer he built a floating dock as well, which was alot fun for everyone who went by. Check the pic out.

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Get a hold of Kenny at Jet Dock 1.800.JETDOCK Tell him PK told you to call.
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nice set up Jeff
When spring comes around, Ive got your spot right on the other side of the floating doc, along with room for 4 other boats....Ill post more pics when Rich is done, it might be 2009 though
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We have had several Hydo-Hoists and they are tough to beat.

Poly-Lift is a great brand as well, they were developed on LOTO and designed to handle the rough water of the main channel.

http://www.polylift.com/
http://www.boatlift.com/
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