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Multinautic

Model # 19225

Internet # 203676794

Boat Ramp Kit

$389.00 /box

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Model # 19225

Internet # 203676794

This Multinautic do it yourself R-1200 ramp kit allows you to build your own ramp for small boats or personal water craft up to 1200 pounds. It allows you to securely beach your boat or PWC on the shore line and prevent any damages to hull or turbine due to sand or rock abrasion. Also, being secured on the ramp, your PWC or small craft will never rub on or under the dock or on sharp brackets due wave or wake action. You can also remove the drain plug of your fishing boat in order to make sure it will not fill with water and sink. Piece of mind for a very small investment. The kit contains the (8x) 4 in. wheels and brackets, leg holders, posts and base plates to secure and adjust the ramp to your own shoreline, the winch and strap, the 8 in. keel roller and brackets and all the necessary mounting hardware. Plans and Instructions easily guide you through building your own customizable ramp so you can achieve professional results with ease. Lumber not included.

  • Does not include lumber, screws, bolts and nuts, needed; 40 green screws 3 in., 32 pieces 3/8 in. x 3 in. carriage bolts, washer and nuts, 2 pieces 3/8 in. x 4-1/2 in. carriage bolts, washers and nuts, 4 pieces 1/2 in. x 2-1/2 in. carriage bolts, washers and nuts
  • Perfect to protect your investment and assure your piece of mind
  • Adjustable posts and base plates to meet your shoreline's requirements
  • Winch up and roll down your boat or PWC with ease

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
192 
Product Height (in.) 
18 
Product Length (in.) 
192 
Product Width (in.) 
36 
Details
Dock Accessory Type 
Ramp 
Marine Supplies Product Type 
Other Marine Hardware 
Material 
Galvanized Steel 
Product Weight (lb.) 
100 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
Full lifetime limited warranty on all galvanized metal hardware. For more details on our warranty or any information please contact us at 800-585-1237 

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How is the system anchored at the shore and in the water?

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June 23, 2016
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I attached the feet about six inches up the legs, then drove them into the lake bed, as the Multinautic online instructions suggest. The top end doesn't need any anchoring.
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April 26, 2016
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Hi Peye, actually this ramp is not anchored at all.
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I like the rollers on the boat ramp kit better than the jet ski kit. Are they the same plans. What is differents.

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Alaska
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March 30, 2016
I'm building a ramp for a jet ski it looks like the pic shows the boat ramp bigger?
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April 1, 2016
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Hi Janette, yes the plans are the same, the only difference is one has 4" wheels the other 5" wheels.
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Rollers

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Daytona Beach, FL
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Rollers in the internet pic do not match the one in the instructions. Which is correct? (I.E Double wheels per side or single)
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January 6, 2016
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Hi, Yes it does show like that and that's my mistake, we've been working to change this, there are 4 sets of wheels therefore 8 wheels. Hope this helps
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The product description doesn't say if the steel parts are galvanized. Are they?

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