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Old     (ride152)      Join Date: Nov 2005       01-15-2012, 6:58 AM Reply   
I recently built a new house and had the garage built large enough to handle my boat, although I have to take the swim platform off each time. I am trying to come up with an easy way to do this, alone. They key is alone.

I have a 2010 SANTE 210. The platform seems to be slightly to bulky to remove myself. I have been looking into an electric winch with remote control. I am thinking that I could use a four point hook system to attach to the platform and use the remote control to raise the platform and one hand to steady it.

This accomplishes getting the platform up, but also getting it raised and out of the way.

My largest concern is if this will really work, will it be steady enough to 'balance' the platform and reliable enough to support it once raised.

If anyone has any other ideas, I am excited to hear them. Speed is my key as I use the boat after work sometimes and want to be able to back in, grab and go.

Thanks for any help!

Nate

 
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