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Old 02-05-2012, 10:26 AM
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Hello oso, here's my current dilemma... i have a townhouse which includes a dock with it. im going to purchase a go fast cat and want to keep it on a lift. the townhouse association will not allow me to "bolt" a lift onto the dock. soo , what lifts can you guys recommend? my dock width is 9.7 to 10ft wide and 24 ft long. Looks like ill be purchasing a 26 daytona to keep there... Of course i don't feel like spending 10k. what's my options?

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These look pretty cool!

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sunsteam 4 post lift.
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i tried air dock but they need a minimum of 12ft wide... thanks though!
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Sunstream floating lifts look pretty nice also. Or the ground based hydraulic lift. I am sure they are pricey, but they look like a good idea.
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i tried air dock but they need a minimum of 12ft wide... thanks though!
I'd have to say that the width on my airdock was approx 11ft, and that was on my 7ft beam 24ft V hull.
What's the beam on the 26ft daytona?
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I'd have to say that the width on my airdock was approx 11ft, and that was on my 7ft beam 24ft V hull.
What's the beam on the 26ft daytona?
beam is 8'4
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sunsteam 4 post lift.
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Brett ...... if you can call me. im looking at a used sunstream lift and id like to talk about the operation/ set up etc
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I'd have to say that the width on my airdock was approx 11ft, and that was on my 7ft beam 24ft V hull.
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