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  1. #11
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    Default Weekend project

    m.k.swelding.

    While I was building the tower I thought it was big and beefy. I used 1/4" steel and was happy at how heavy it was. After I installed it I noticed that it looked small in comparison to the jet ski's. When I attached the ski's I saw the tower flex a little as the ski's are on a slight slope. I was surprised to see the 1/4" steel flex.

    But it will work for my needs to make it harder for some one to walk off with them.

    David
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  2. #12
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    Cool

    Nice job David, To slow the rip off artist alittle more I put a few inches of weld between the tonge and coupler,sometimes they'll bring there own coupler and do the switch. A small cable or chain through the rim to the frame helps too. Lookin at the way you take care of things, there going to no those jet skies are in premo shape.

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