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Old 07-03-2009, 08:15 PM
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I was looking into tubular platforms and was wondering if anyone could help me figure out what I can expect to pay. Pictures would be great too. Thanks!
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Figure $2000-2500 for something basic.
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like... totally tubular fer sure.
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Old 07-04-2009, 07:48 AM
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like... totally tubular fer sure.
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they are awesome when extra room is needed..also easier when trying to get back in boat..or when tied up together, people aren't walking on sunpad...2500 is what I paid. I added a rear remote for the stereo back there as well as 2 plug in additional speakers so that they can be directed towards you vs having to crank up the volume so load to hear the music while in the water.
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I was looking into it also a few months ago and was looking at around $2000 like others have said. I couldn't justify it as I have an older boat and would never get it back out of it when I decide to upgrade. I built my own for about $450. It is a plywood core, fiberglassed and painted to match the boat. The top coat of paint had a non-skid additive made by interlux added to the paint and sprayed on. It came out perfect! The supports are 1 1/2" aluminum tubing to give the look of the tubular platforms. It's all bolted to the transom and as solid as a rock. I did all of the work myself except for the paint and took about 6 hours to build with 2 of us working on it, then fiberglass work another couple days.
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Check these??

http://miami.craigslist.org/mdc/boa/1257940927.html
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