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02-20-2010 5:26 AM

I have decided not to host anymore rail jams. I have an "A" frame slider built on a pontoon. Asking $500. <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/1/775771.jpg" alt="Upload"> <BR>The main part will fit on a pontoon trailer. The ends are removed and will need a large truck, like a step van to haul them. There are more detail pics a <a href="http://www.wlwake.com" target="_blank">www.wlwake.com</a>

chrishopf 02-20-2010 5:49 AM

Sure wish you lived closer... $500 is a freaking steal!! Im having a hard enough time trying to find just a Pontoon Boat under $1000! <BR> <BR>CH

xbones 02-20-2010 8:23 AM

^ I concur... $500 is an amazing deal

zoodsmak 02-20-2010 9:00 AM

Doug... I will be in contact! You have an awesome aframe that might find a home at placid wake park!

bakenwake 02-20-2010 10:29 AM

does that mean no walled lake beach party this year

mastercraftboarder 02-20-2010 12:44 PM

Whats shipping gonna cost... I would prefer overnight air...<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/rofl.gif" border=0>

wake_it_up 02-20-2010 3:20 PM

Just a bit too far of a drive <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/angry.gif" border=0> Such a good deal!

chrishopf 02-20-2010 4:31 PM

How does that thing trailer? With all the weight of the wood, does it start to fish tail behind you when going over like 40 mph.... Im VERY interested if I can get it back here to NC. <BR> <BR>Thanks, <BR>CH

02-21-2010 6:20 AM

<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/1/775941.jpg" alt="Upload"> <BR>This is how it looks without the ends mounted. The ends will require a big truck, bigger than a pickup truck to haul. That is because there is a triple 2x6" beam that runs up the middle to support the cantilever ends that stick out beyond the ends of the pontoon tubes. Half of the beam is attached to the end and overlaps in the center. It is a beast, but solid in the water.

02-21-2010 6:22 AM

This is how it looks without the ends mounted. The ends will require a big truck, bigger than a pickup truck to haul. That is because there is a triple 2x6" beam that runs up the middle to support the cantilever ends that stick out beyond the ends of the pontoon tubes. Half of the beam is attached to the end and overlaps in the center. It is a beast, but solid in the water.

sidekicknicholas 02-21-2010 8:39 AM

If it doesn't sell by the end of March I maybe interested... I just wouldn't have time to make the journey to go get it until then. <BR> <BR>Would an F250 do the job?

sidekicknicholas 02-21-2010 8:41 AM

Oh and how easy would the wood frame detach from the pontoons?

wow4l 02-21-2010 1:04 PM

great deal please call I will buy (775) 315-2468 Thanks Doug

lfxstar 02-21-2010 2:06 PM

Doug, I am going to be in Farmington Hills, MI during the months of October through December. Do people still ride in October in MI and do people ride around Farmington Hills? From google maps, it looks to be located in between Detroit and East Lansing. How far is the new cable going to be from me??

wakeborder5 02-21-2010 2:32 PM

Kyle, Farmington Hills doesn't really have any water, but if you look at google maps, there are lots of lakes to the north. There are a good amount of wakeboarders on lakes like Cass Lake, Pine Lake and Elizabeth lake around the town of Keego Harbor, which is about 15 from FH. There are other lakes too. Problem is there isn't a huge presence on here. If you get in contact with people at Action Watersports, the Mastercraft dealer, who has a marina on Pine Lake and you might be able to hook up with some of the guys that work there. <BR> <BR>I go to MSU and will prolly go home on a weekend or two in October to get a last few sets and could definitely give you some pulls then. I live on Commerce Lake which is prolly 20-25 minutes depending where u are in FH.

lfxstar 02-21-2010 2:38 PM

Thanks Ray!! I would love to take a set or two in Michigan just to say I did and am willing to drive whatever the distance. I am going to be at Botsford Hospital so I figure I will live somewhere close to it.

02-21-2010 3:02 PM

Kyle, Walled Lake is the closest to Farmington Hills.

dizzyj 02-21-2010 3:59 PM

I would love to have that. Any chance you ahve any plans for it? would love to make one and tie it up to my dock. I ahve a small a frame, but I've always thought of building one on a pontoon

02-23-2010 5:21 AM

Congrats to Doug Lippincott for purchasing the slider. Looks like it will be finding a new home with a new Sesitec 2.0 system!!!

balr54 02-23-2010 7:03 AM

Kyle, we ride into November/December and should be within an hour drive for you. Thank god for Drysuits.


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