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Hydraulic Boat Lifts... Like Yard Arms

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by USMaritime, Jan 4, 2016.

  1. USMaritime
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    Location: Cornelius, NC

    USMaritime New Member

    One pair of NEW Pro Jacks. Include 2 straight arms, 2 drop arms, 2 4 x 16 contact plates and one loading accessory so one guy can load into a truck. These have a 10k lb cap each and weigh 242 each as compared to the Yard Arm at 350. They are also powder coated. Tires are the new, upgraded non-pnumatic.

    3200 for the pair. 6400 for 4.

    Will ship CC, FOB Mooresville, NC

    More information at http://www.US-Maritime.com

    310-890-5485
     

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