Posts by Category: Boat Lifts

Boat Lift Canopy Care

Boat Lift Canopy Care

Seasonal Boat Lift Care The air is getting cooler and the days shorter and as the leaves change and drift to the ground we accept that the season is drawing to a close.  As much as we may wish for just one more, sunny weekend to get out on the water, the turning earth has other plans ...

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CraftLander MH-V8000 BoatLift

CraftLander MH-V8000 BoatLift

The CraftLander 8000lb lift option is a heavy duty, freestanding lift that is designed for low and fluctuating water.  The CraftLander 8000lb lift is available with: 8000lb of lift capacity 120”beam widths 30”telescoping legs 5/16” Stainless or galvanized cables Craftlander’s patented ...

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A Deep Conversation: Deep Water Boat Lift Kits

A Deep Conversation: Deep Water Boat Lift Kits

In recent years, in Michigan at least, there has been a trend of lower water levels due to excessive temperatures and reduced precipitation. The resultant lowering in regional lake levels has required some adjustment for boat lift owners.  Very often the boat lift must be moved to ...

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Hydraulic Boat Lifts

Hydraulic Boat Lifts

Boat Lift Styles Hands down, one of the most important pieces of equipment on the waterfront is the boat lift.  No other tool does more to get your boat, and you out on the water, so choosing the right design for your needs is essential.  The standard boat lift design uses a square ...

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Galvanized or Stainless – Boat Lift Cables

The cables on your boat lift are perhaps the most important part of the whole unit, they tie the cradle assembly to the winch, allowing your watercraft to be raised and will be made of either stainless or galvanized steel. Both of these types of steel offer the benefit of corrosion ...

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Choose the correct Boat Lift for your Boat

When it comes to choosing a freestanding lift or hoist for your boat, pontoon or PWC , there are a few things you will need to know to ensure you purchase a lift that works best with your watercraft. Knowing the overall weight and beam of your boat is the best place to start. This ...

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