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  • m.k.swelding
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    It looks to be good and sturdy

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  • FabTech
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    They do look good, nice work

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  • Petron
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    Originally posted by FabTech
    In the triangle area under the support frame how did you weld that together?
    Those areas are not welded

    Originally posted by Ltbadd
    By looking at the photo I'd say it isn't welded there, and no real need to IMHO
    I agree with you, no real need to weld in those 2 areas.

    Originally posted by FabTech
    Could you put some Baker Lock ( JB Weld) in there? That would seal it, if it gets submerged or does it. Or is it for show room only
    The stands do not get submerged. They look great as a showroom stand though. I have access to a laser jet machine & I'm able to cut out company logo's & really make it a custom stand.

    My wifes cousin is a US Marine, proudly served our country in Iraq & upon his arrival he asked if I could build him a stand, I'll be adding the USMC logo.

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  • FabTech
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    Could you put some Baker Lock ( JB Weld) in there? That would seal it, if it gets submerged or does it. Or is it for show room only

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  • Ltbadd
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    By looking at the photo I'd say it isn't welded there, and no real need to IMHO

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  • FabTech
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    In the triangle area under the support frame how did you weld that together?
    Attached Files

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  • Petron
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    Originally posted by Nitto9 View Post
    Nice work man, if you dont mind me asking. how much can you sell one of those for?
    I sell them for $199.00

    I'm a member on greenhulk.net ( http://greenhulk.net/forums/member.php?u=16422 ) a jetski forum & had a few members from MD., FL., IL., want them.

    Shipping costs were insane until a friend of mine mentioned Greyhound Shipping. Their shipping cost is generally $80.00. It surely opened the door to move my stands outside the New England area.

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  • Nitto9
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    Nice work man, if you dont mind me asking. how much can you sell one of those for?

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  • monte55
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    Originally posted by Rick C View Post
    Look through the photo’s again I bet you will find your answer about the colors.
    I was kidding

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  • Rick C
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    Look through the photo’s again I bet you will find your answer about the colors.

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  • monte55
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    The stands look good. Do they come in different colors?

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  • Petron
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    Some build pics as well.
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  • Petron
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    When fabricating my stands having short off-cut pieces that end up being too short for the next stand is inevitable.

    So what to do with short off-cut pieces?

    After speaking with my local jetski dealer who purchased a couple of my other stands we threw around some ideas & my other design was born.

    These are a couple stands I'll be delivering sometime this week.

    Height = 14"
    Width (caster to caster) = 24"
    Bunk to Bunk = Varies from 18"- 20"
    Length = 48"

    Fabricated with my signature pneumatic casters.
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  • Petron
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    Originally posted by willy View Post
    I like it, nice, clean, and painted. I know nothing about watercraft but I'm sure they are more than stout enough to handle the load. Just curious, is that your own design or did you improve on something already available?
    Earlier models, 1996-2000 can weigh anywhere in the range of 400-600lbs. The newer models weigh upward of 850lbs.

    I belong to a jetski forum & quite a few members have purchased my stands and they're placing all model jetskis on it with no problems. The pneumatic casters have been very popular, gone are the days of pushing our skis & getting nowhere, these casters make it almost 4WD

    Yes, it's my design, I got sick of the standard design that doesn't allow any comfort when working on the hull or you cannot push the jetski with casters similar to that of my sons Thomas the Train toys.

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  • Petron
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    Originally posted by DamageInc537 View Post
    looks good man.. are you located in boston proper?
    Thanks brother. I'm in Quincy.

    Pipefitters LU537 member also.
    Last edited by Petron; 02-25-2010, 07:45 PM.

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