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    Easy solution for lifting dinghy, rib and waterjets

    Hi!

    Last season i had problems getting my waterjet on the back of my boat (Bavaria 37 Sport 2008 model).
    Then i got a tip about a company here in norway that had a fantastick solution to this problem. (See pictures)
    What do you think? any other tips or tricks besides this invention?

    Video: https://www.instagram.com/p/B-xUESZBPn3/


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    Looks like there would be room on the boat, what 'Ski are you planning to lift? How much does it weigh?

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    I have a Sea-Doo Spark. it's about 400kg. I have a few pics i have added her now from the demonstration video where they use a similar one.

    Video: https://www.instagram.com/p/B-xUESZBPn3/

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeAndersen38 View Post
    I have a Sea-Doo Spark. it's about 400kg. ...
    Did you mean about 400 pounds?


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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeAndersen38 View Post
    I have a Sea-Doo Spark. ...
    From the Seadoo web site, for Spark model.

    DRY WEIGHT
    410 lb / 186 kg**


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    My bad. You are right. I copied the wrong specs. Thx for the correction.

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