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Old 10-20-16, 09:01 AM   #11
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Thanks. I was pleased on how it turned out. The 14" chop saw has helped me make better projects.

I based my build off another project. They all use HF casters. Be glad to review them in the spring.

I might start a harbor Freight post there a few tools I have bought there that are excellent. There also some I would never buy again.

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My Sea Doo Spark is resting on its new stand until next spring. I was wondering how hard it would be for my son and I to get it on the new stand.
It was very simple we tied the stand to the trailer then just sild it off the trailer to the stand.

I made this stand for a cement floor then I changed my mind where to put it for the winter.

Next year I will weld new casters that have real small tires. That will make it simpler to roll in on ruff ground.



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Six years later the stainless steel I used on the floating dock looks just like it did when I welded it up.

I have still not put on my bigger wheels on my jet ski stand. I think I will next year the wheels I put on was for rolling on cement. They donít work well on soft ground but the stand has been working well.

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