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    PWC Trailer Winch post where to find?

    Does anyone know where to find this?


    Or another good design. Thanks for any suggestions. I currenty have a 2x2 vertical post and looking to use this mount.

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    Re: PWC Trailer Winch post where to find?

    I always get my stuff from Eastern Marine. They are known as a trailer superstore.

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    Re: PWC Trailer Winch post where to find?

    They don't have what i'm looking for.

    I like this setup as well. I want to take up the least amount space so can add a box.


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    Re: PWC Trailer Winch post where to find?

    Did you ever find this post? I have a single trailer I would like to bolt on a winch post. It currently has a vertical post with an eyelet that you put a bolt through but I would like a winch for convenience.

    thx

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    Re: PWC Trailer Winch post where to find?

    See if they have the size/shape you need (winch stands are pages 31-32)


    http://www.loadrite.com/pdf/LoadRite...Rev4BodyLR.pdf
    Last edited by jetboater3; 07-17-2012 at 07:23 PM.

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    Re: PWC Trailer Winch post where to find?

    Quote Originally Posted by jetboater3 View Post
    See if they have the size/shape you need (winch stands are pages 31-32)


    http://www.loadrite.com/pdf/LoadRite...Rev4BodyLR.pdf
    These two are my fail-safe. If they dont have it, then I dont want it.

    http://www.championtrailers.com/

    http://www.etrailer.com/
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    Re: PWC Trailer Winch post where to find?

    Quote Originally Posted by pbrstreetgang View Post
    These two are my fail-safe. If they dont have it, then I dont want it.

    http://www.championtrailers.com/

    http://www.etrailer.com/

    Both good places but in this case, they don't have 'em--- or at least etrailer doesn't--- champion lists several lengths and strengths of winchposts available all with the same "angle".

    I've ordered several times from etrailer-- great place but they don't list winch posts
    Last edited by jetboater3; 07-17-2012 at 09:25 PM.

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    Re: PWC Trailer Winch post where to find?

    Bumping a old thread here, but did anyone ever figure out who made that nice pwc winch stand/roller/plate steel combo in the picture by OP? I need three of them. Parker Yamaha (where picture is hosted) doesn't have them in their store anymore.

    I've looked at sturdybuilt, loadrite, etrailer, champion, shadow trailers, etc.
    Last edited by super_kev; 06-19-2019 at 12:18 AM.

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    Re: PWC Trailer Winch post where to find?

    Buy some 1x2 square tubing and have it bent at fab shop

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    Re: PWC Trailer Winch post where to find?

    Quote Originally Posted by Benflynn View Post
    Buy some 1x2 square tubing and have it bent at fab shop
    It’s actually solid flat bar.i have on on my trailer.but could still be made easily.

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