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    No, in fact its probably not. Brain fart


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    Yeah those are the $140 carts common on ebay. They just look so light duty.....

    Could you repost the pic of your sling? It doesn't show up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radio-active View Post
    Yeah! I can see you've collected a lot of Polaris!

    Hmm...looks like the " Correct " amount of Polaris'.

    True " Easy glides " work great. I don't even use the 3 foot long type. 2 12inch glides at the rear of the bunk boards on the trailer ( when pushing 3 seater off trailer, tendancy to lift front, so naturally slides on rear of bunks). Then a pair of glides at front and rear of a cart ( also cuts cost by using bare 2 x 4 instead of actual bunks/bunk carpet )

    They seem pricey for what they are, but work soo well. I never even considered a need for a sling and all the required equipment for a sling.

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    Are you guys sure the plural for of Polaris is not 'Polarii".....???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myself View Post
    … plural for … Polaris
    There is only one North Star.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polaris

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    Quote Originally Posted by radio-active View Post
    Yeah those are the $140 carts common on ebay. They just look so light duty.....

    Could you repost the pic of your sling? It doesn't show up.
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    The carts are more sturdy than their appearance suggests.

    I've attached the sling photo differently, hope it works better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    There is only one North Star.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polaris
    Well, after a few minutes of research it appears the constellation of which 'Polaris" is a part of is rooted in Greek astrology. That means, according to proper grammer, that the plural shall be Polares.

    It will be hereby known that anybody referring to multiple Polaris brand watercraft shall refer to the them in the correct Greek form of 'Polares'.


    LOL!!!!

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by radio-active View Post
    Yeah! I can see you've collected a lot of Polaris!

    Not pictured there were the 2 Pro 785 at the house.


    Yes, I have issues....... Only being able to ride 1 at a time is also one of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiPeRcO View Post
    For the sling you want a bar with just two hooks, not too far apart, like this. I forget the brand though


    +1

    That is the type I have and never had an issue using.

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    My shop cart:



    Complete write-up: http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=282648

    My sling:



    The pivoting rub rail hooks and separate boat buckles for front & rear allow the hooks to even fit the large Kawasaki hulls with compound curves.
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