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  • joe440
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    The whips are easily to remove when you don't need them.

    I'm having trouble posting pics right now but you can go the the website.

    http://www.dockedge.com/products/lis...=mooring_whips

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  • carguy
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    "joe440" post=814776 wrote:
    With my last boat (2455) I was always stressed with my PWC banging the side or rear of my boat when on the hook. It didn't matter if I had fenders out or let the PWC out on a leash, it was always banging when the water was rough or a wake from another boat.

    I got a set of Mooring whips off Craigslist and decided to try them out on my 3288. I installed the mounts on the swim platform. They are working excellent.
    That's a cool idea. Can you remove the whips easily? I'm curious because we sold our RIB and bought a 13 ft boston whaler. We will tow it to use as a tender on longer trips and I've been wondering how to keep it from banging while on the hook.

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  • joe440
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    Mooring whips-gctid814776

    With my last boat (2455) I was always stressed with my PWC banging the side or rear of my boat when on the hook. It didn't matter if I had fenders out or let the PWC out on a leash, it was always banging when the water was rough or a wake from another boat.

    I got a set of Mooring whips off Craigslist and decided to try them out on my 3288. I installed the mounts on the swim platform. They are working excellent.


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