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US $458.49
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Condition:New Color:NA MPN:28199 Manufacturer:Northern Wholesale Supply, Inc (Boating) EAN:0207520000606 Brand:QUALITY MARK UPC:718122819911

 
 
 
Quality Mark Smarte Jack Boat Lift Jacks
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Description

Jacks adjust up so boat lift can sit flat on ground. Jacks also adjust to help level lift all year. Raise lifts with jacks and lift rolls out of water easily in fall. Fits most boat lifts. No tools required to mount. Jacks adjust with wrench or cordless drill. Easy one time install. Tires not required to be removed. Rolls easily on all terrains. Wheels sold separately. No need to get wet. One person job to remove boat lift. 20" up and down adjustable. Aluminum wheel brake.


Features

  • Adjusts up so boat lift can sit flat on the ground
  • Assists with levelling year round
  • Raise lifts with jacks to easily roll out of water in the fall
  • Fits most boat lifts
  • Easily adjustable with wrench or cordless drill


Additional Information

  • Manufacturer: Northern Wholesale Supply, Inc (Boating)
  • Shipping Weight: 3880
  • Product Dimensions:
    Width: 13.50
    Length: 38.50
    Height: 7.00

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