I have used that one also and it works very well. They also have another one
or used to. This type will not harm the rub rail even though it looks like
it would as it catches on the bottom of the rail and just rest on the side.
We moved many new ski's with this unit and never any trouble with damage
"mitch colburn" wrote in message
> here ya go.
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> On Wed, 14 Jul 2004 14:05:57 GMT, "Gary Harris"
> >Overton's used to carry a heavy duty sling. It had large stainless steel
> >channels at the bottom that would wrap around the sides of the rail. I
> >remember the wait capacity on them but I do know that we used to lift the
> >Polaris four seaters all day long at the dealership. If they don't show a
> >picture in the catalog then give them a call and see if they still carry
> >The cost was in the two hundred dollar range I believe.
> >Hope this helps
> >Gary Harris
> >> Looking for a solution here!
> >> I'm trying to lift a Polaris MSX150, 3 seater, about 850lbs wet. We
> >> manual winch/davit, but no sling yet. The slings I've seen all attach
> >> sides and seem like it would pull the rubber rail off. Any ideas or
> >> buy a sling made for the MSX that will attach properly enough to
> >> weight?
> >> If I can't find anything that will work for under $500 then it would
> >> more sense just to buy a whole new lift or docking system.
> >> -Max
> >> Stay informed about: How to lift the MSX150