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post #8 of Old 10-29-2012
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Re: DIY Dinghy Lift at Transom Location

Garhauer has two different types of set ups. One with a transom mount large backing plate with side supports and 2 heavy duty rail clamps . Second is as PDQ suggests, thru the deck to a bracket sitting and glassed onto the hull, also with side supports and 2 heavy duty rail clamps. The Garhauer come with horn cleats, cam cleat , carabiner shackle, and 6X1 block with 60 ft of line. These can be made and constructed.

Garhauer products are half the price at least of other davits.

Dave


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