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    seadoo stand

    just seeing if anybody has there ski on a stand to work on it. winter is coming and I was going build one. Any thoughts or ideas?

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    seadoo stand

    Triton makes an aluminum one that is far superior to my other one that I welded up myself.
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    Try to find one that is the same height of your trailer bunks. Mine is higher, so when I transfer the ski from the trailer to the stand, I have to drive the trailer wheels up on car ramps. Got it used on Craigslist for $40, so still can't be beat. Comes in real handy and many friends have borrowed it so they could transfer skis to other trailers, work on their trailers, etc.

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    If your handy

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    One of the most important features of the Triton stand is that it is 60" long vice 48"!

    This gives better stability allowing you to crawl ontop of the ski to work inside the hull. My 48" cart had to be blocked fore and aft to crawl on top safely.

    Locking wheels also very important.

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    Do a search in the Shop Tools and Tricks section: http://greenhulk.net/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=193

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpt7779 View Post
    One of the most important features of the Triton stand is that it is 60" long vice 48"!

    This gives better stability allowing you to crawl ontop of the ski to work inside the hull. My 48" cart had to be blocked fore and aft to crawl on top safely.

    Locking wheels also very important.
    Love my Triton carts!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny View Post
    Love my Triton carts!!!!
    Post up a pics of them pls

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    Post up a pics of them pls
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    Scotty, yo momma and Evan are out on my ski ........... so I could take these pics just for you!!!!!!

    Note the optional higher riser which is needed for S3/T3 hulls, which is fully adjustable. Also the ruler placed up against the cabinet for info. Sits at a perfect height to moves skis on/off trailer and perfect height to work on the ski.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CRei View Post
    If your handy
    i just built this and works great. on the video he says you can use 4x4's or 6x6's for the corner posts, i would recomend using the 6x6. i used the 4x4 and it works but if you really want to make sure it hold use the 6x6

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