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    Has any one built a removable/ folding side boarding ladder for their jet boat??

    I have several ideas for our 19' Miller bubble deck, but m not sure what will work and what won't?

    Any pics and ideas??

    I am planning on fabbing a bench rear seat, and eliminating the side seats. This will leave an area directly behind either front seat for some sort of ladder.
    My thinking is an attachment to stringer, with support pads on the top and outside of the hull??

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    lots of my boating buddys use those jet ski nylon ladders from overtons

    http://www.overtons.com/modperl/prod...r&merchID=4005

    I think Widetrack modified his with some pvc

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    one thing to take into consideration, is the weight of the people useing it!...the nylon one's work really well and are easely stored away...Overton's has some nice ladders that fold up and also West Marine ...there was a thread on here awhile back about ladders...do a search...just my .02 cents

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    This is one that I did! I hope it helps! I do know it handles my weight and another guy did it and said he weighed 250+! Good luck WT
    http://www.performanceboats.com/show...t-boat-ladder!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Widetrack View Post
    This is one that I did! I hope it helps! I do know it handles my weight and another guy did it and said he weighed 250+! Good luck WT
    http://www.performanceboats.com/showthread.php?59342-Jet-boat-ladder!
    Thanks!!

    Ordered one yesterday. Looks like the best idea I have seen.

    I am at 220, and shrinking, lost 20 lbs. in 2 1/2 months, 190-200 is the goal!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    lots of my boating buddys use those jet ski nylon ladders from overtons

    http://www.overtons.com/modperl/prod...r&merchID=4005

    I think Widetrack modified his with some pvc

    I used one of these, and because I have a heavy layup boat, I used a bolt through the gunwahle of the boat to secure it. Look up widetrack for his whole build deal, It works awesome!
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    I am ordering one of these, and installing pop-up polished stainless steel cleats on both sides of the boat for boarding on either side. The Bass Boat one looks like it is ideal for a Jet.

    http://www.ezriserproducts.com/ladders.htm

    Nice folding cleats.

    http://www.acconmarine.com/pc-23-3-folding-cleat.aspx
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