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Old     (Wet2Ward)      Join Date: Mar 2010       04-19-2015, 8:32 PM Reply   
I took a different route to the DIY Surf Gate swim platform device and have built a wedge that attaches to the side of the boat with Velcro. The dimensions of the device are 20" long, 12" wide and 9" high. I used a HDPE case with foam core, however after building the device found a skate board ramp that would work just as well. I found that 12" of width is a bit narrow as the water is going above the device. The other advantages to the wedge is that it is very easy and quick to put on and remove and does not put any potentially damaging forces to the swim platform. My boat is a 2005 Sanger V230. As you can see from the pics, the results are awesome, much bigger and way cleaner.
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