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    Frequent Poster Lee Taylor's Avatar
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    Re: Ski Stand

    Quote Originally Posted by Fishingfoolemjak View Post
    Thereís probably a million threads about this... I searched and found what I wanted to build, and I just wanted to share
    Where is the trailer? Outside?

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    Re: Ski Stand

    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Taylor View Post
    Where is the trailer? Outside?
    Yes, the trailer was in the yard. I wanted a stand for during the winter so I can keep the ski in the garage. Now I have a double trailer and I bought a 1992 waverunner 3 650 for my son... so we’ll have to build another stand for maintenance but his ski will stay outside after winterization.

    I must say, I like the ease of working on the older ski .



    Last edited by Fishingfoolemjak; 06-24-2018 at 07:41 AM. Reason: Add pictures

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    Re: Ski Stand

    Quote Originally Posted by Raggums View Post
    Would you be willing to share the specs or at least point me to where you pulled your info from? I am looking to do the exact same thing for my FX HO so any info would be appreciated, thanks
    I didnít have a plan. I found some pictures, took some measurements on the ski, and built it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave in DE View Post
    Here's one I built a few year back from a friends design. it can be disassembled for summer storage. Very strong and solid design. Allows you to adjust bunk width to your needs and keep stable width on cart.
    here is a link to original post: http://www.pwcforum.com/general-pwc-...pwc-dolly.html
    Thanks man!

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