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Custom Installation

All swim platforms are not created equally.

That didn’t stop Tom Graves in Arkansas from installing a pair of PWC Rails. As you can see in the picture below, his challenge was a step along the starboard side of the swim platform. The solution was to cut into the step in the shape of the PWC Rail Frame. The result is a clean look, with both Rails at the same angle. The disadvantage of this is that the winch is effectively lower in relation to the Rail tubes which have to be mounted in a higher position. But that just means the winch is pulling downward as the PWC gets closer to the winch. That usually isn't a problem.

If you have an unusual layout that might require some customization, let us know and we will help you with a solution.

Here is Tom’s report: “I have a 2004 Sharp houseboat on Lake Ouachita Arkansas. It had factory PWC rails with rollers that didn’t work very well. When I saw your Tilt-Up Rails, I could easily see the many advantages. I am now the proud owner of 2 of your Rails which hold my new SeaDoos. They installed easily, are solid, work smoothly, and I love how they tilt up out of the way and give us our swim platform back. When they are up, it is also easy to bring our PWC’s or ski boat up along the swim platform for easy loading and unloading. Now others at my marina are going to get some. Your PWC Rails are a winner!”

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