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Product DescriptionThe easy and economical way to dock your boat over dry ground. Simple-to-build Shore Docker Boat Ramp Systems come with everything you need except the pressure treated lumber. Easy to follow instructions help you customize the ramp to your needs. Each heavy-duty model is comprised of hot-dipped galvanized steel, aluminum, and stainless steel parts and designed for many years of service.
This Shore Docker boat ramp system features 1200-lb. weight capacity. Designed with 6 rows of nonmarking polyurethane donut rollers. Includes 1100-lb. winch and 33' of galvanized cable with hook. Recommended length is 12' using 2 x 6 rail beams. To extend beyond 12', add the extra roller set which includes 2 rollers, 2 brackets, and hardware. The extra pair of side braces should be used to strengthen rail beam to cross members. Lumber not included.
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Q:how do you get in once the boat is cranked down without getting wet?Asked on 6/20/2012 by Brandon from Grand forks ND
Q:I have a alumacraft 145 fisherman. Do you think that the 1200 would work for this boat. How long do you think the ramp should be? If I want to raise it up a bit would 2X8 work or will the 2X6 be OK?Asked on 4/30/2012 by Anonymous
Q:I want to pull a 12'Gregor aluminum boat with a 15 HP 4-stroke outboard out of the water on to a flat wooden dock surface. The distance from the water surface to the dock surface is about 12" (perhaps a little less. I don't want anything permanent protruding out from the dock that will interfere with other boat docking. Do you have any ideas on the transition from the water onto the model 1200? Maybe something that would swivel down from the end of the model 1200?Asked on 11/12/2009 by Jim Jonas from Clearlake, Ca.
A:That would really be the only item I could think of that would fit the application you are looking for.Answered on 12/4/2009 by Bryant from Tech
Q:My boat weighs about 1800 lbs, is there a more substantial model of ShoreDocker?Asked on 6/23/2009 by Anonymous
A:Item 72492 is the 2000 model which has a 1600lb winch on it and has a 2000lb weight capacity.Answered on 7/1/2009 by Ryan from Overtons
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