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naptownwake 04-30-2012 5:48 PM

which bunks to get for this shore station? (pics)
 
Hi, all. I've got an older shore station and the gent that serviced it asked me if I'd be ok with swivel bunks. I've had BAD experiences with these in the past.

on this model, the cradle has I-beams. I'm looking for the type of bunks that run the length of the hull for a 96 super sport. supposedly, I might run into issues finding a pair that can be adapted to the I beams. pics below:


http://i91.photobucket.com/albums/k2...4-30193740.jpg

http://i91.photobucket.com/albums/k2...4-30193903.jpg

http://i91.photobucket.com/albums/k2...4-30193839.jpg


can anyone here point me in the right direction?

thanks, in advance.

mallenger 05-02-2012 5:22 AM

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this may or may not help. My bunks are each 2-2x12's... here is a photo

illini88 05-02-2012 5:33 AM

The ones posted last are what you'll want. All you really need is are some metal brackets and a couple of 2x4's. My old shoremaster had some that were coated that were pretty nice, and I'd assume you could make them work on your shorestation. If you have a V-drive, you don't really even need the bunks to go the length of the boat. You just need to have blacks at the back that will keep your prop shaft aboe the cradle. That's the method I plan to move to. I presently have bunks going the length of the cradle, but I put those on for my old direct drive. I felt that I wanted to distribute the weight of the engine better.


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