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  • boat dolly

    Has anyone else built any boat dollys? I've attached picture of the one I built. Maybe someone has a better idea.
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    where are my glasses...?

    Your pics are a little small. I need a magnifying glass to see what youve done. Can you make the pics any bigger? How big a boat you wan tto move?
    Ive got a welded alumunm and it weighs 900 pounds or so.. I have it ona trailer but last month it was capsized in the back yard so I could paint the bottom. Could of used someting other than brute strength to flip it back and reload it on the trailer..

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    • #3
      The 1st pics are resized so they aren't so big to download. I tried to attach a bigger one but it is too large.

      My little boat only weighs @100#. I looked all over the internet, didn't have any luck finding any plans, I just looked at some images of commercial ones. I just used some old 1" tubing to make the frame. I used some 5/8" bolts to bring the to frames snug against the transom, 1/2" rod for axle and pneumatic tires, seems to roll very easy.

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      • #4
        I'm trying a little larger pictures. Should be able to see them now.
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