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hyperlite_boards 08-13-2013 3:05 PM

Getting rid of a tower (help)
Hey guys, I had bought a tower for my boat a few years ago and long story short i bought it on impulse because it was a deal and it turned out not to fit. I want to try and sell it but im running into a ton of problems. First I live in the Northeast so there are not many people on the market, second the tower is for something like a 2004 nautique 211 (Not sure but could find out). If i were to put it on ebay, which is a rip off so i would rather not, i would have to ship and im having trouble finding a freight company that will give me shipping quotes because of its odd shape. I just wanted to see if anyone had advice on what to do. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!

hyperlite_boards 08-13-2013 3:19 PM

it is off an 04 226

JPizzle 08-13-2013 3:37 PM

Mike - Sent you a PM, hope it helps.

Brett002 08-13-2013 3:37 PM


08-13-2013 4:38 PM

I bought a used 210 FCT from a dealer that was selling it for someone on consignment. If you've got a local dealer you may want to talk to them.

smitty75 08-13-2013 5:57 PM

I sell all kinds of stuff on eBay. Simple to do, just leave the shipping up to the buyer and include that wording in your auction. U-ship will ship anything anywhere, dirt cheap. If you want to get rid of it in a hurry, eBay and u-ship is the way to go. I sold a utv roll cage to a guy in Arizona, u-ship cost $200 door to door.

hyperlite_boards 08-13-2013 6:29 PM

Great, thanks for the help, everyone

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