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    Default Swtd garage dolly

    I need to take my swtd off the trailer so i can redo the trailer, lets see some ideas on a dolly.

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    The length is 12' and I wanna say 42"wideish

    This was sketchy
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    Is that a harbor fright Engine Hoist?
    I have one, wouldnt trust it to pull the motor out of my rhino

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    Quote Originally Posted by blender over View Post
    Is that a harbor fright Engine Hoist?
    I have one, wouldnt trust it to pull the motor out of my rhino
    Heck yeah Craigslist dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcracing118 View Post
    I need to take my swtd off the trailer so i can redo the trailer, lets see some ideas on a dolly.
    I have one, how long do you need it for?

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    hey fut thanks for the offer, im going to need it off and on for the next few months so im just going to build a wood one. thanks guys

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    mine is only 6' long and works perfect.

    Kevin, why didnt you just slide the boat onto the dolly rather than hanging it in the garage like a pinata?

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    Default dolly

    did my boat this past weekend me and wife and one cherry picker, next time i will use 2 of them, still wasnt hard ten min and off

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    Cause I did it by myself. Couldn't slide the boat onto the dolly cause the dolly is taller than the trailer. Getting it back onto the trailer from the dolly will be a lot easier. No pinatas

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    Quote Originally Posted by justsquirtin View Post
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    don't go wrecking my boat BUDDY!!!!!

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    just weighing the thing =resetting the intake and then install new motor=i will not wreck your boat hehehehe

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    I need to weigh mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by justsquirtin View Post
    just weighing the thing =resetting the intake and then install new motor=i will not wreck your boat hehehehe
    I like this these!!!

    Putting it on and taking it off the trailer. Double up for delivery!
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