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I'm looking to buy a cradle for my Bristol 27. Any tips on how to specific the cradle dimentions need to be? Is it important that the pads land on bulkheads for example?
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Is it important that the pads land on bulkheads for example?
IMHO - Yes!

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IMHP JOWI has the universal cradle down to a science

Its kind of funny because on Long Island cradles are petty much banned in favor of jack-stands
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I agree with tommays. A JOWI cradle is the way to go. Used them for years before my club switched to stands.

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Its kind of funny because on Long Island cradles are petty much banned in favor of jack-stands
Really? I figured it would be easier to have the boat trucked to another location in the future with a cradle rather than stands. Does having a cradle even help make shipping easier (or less expensive)? If not maybe it would be simpler to just get stands.
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If you are interested, I have a very robust 4 post, steel cradle for my boat, that I am not using and would like to sell. Its currently in Sturgeon Bay, WI. Send me a PM if interested and I can get some pics and measurements for you.
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