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Old 09-21-2012, 03:20 PM
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Mc still offers them on their new boats, but OJ no longer offer thems as a retrofit option. The brackets are made in house by MC distributor. I believe the machining ended up being too much for not a ton of demand on the retro kits being offered by OJ. There were a couple of batches produced and when they ran out they ran out. I was looking for a set a bit ago and that's what I was told.
Well, I would guess the only thing different about the current sets and the retro fit stuff is the backing blocks. If someone really wanted a fold down swim step it would be pretty easy to make the blocks.

It's pretty sad that Harold's attachment photos are gone. I bet they would have help anyone trying to make the blocks.
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Old 03-31-2013, 08:02 PM
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Well, I have come a long way since I first started this thread. I ended up getting the tower legs modified with tower breaks and now I no longer have to remove the top portion of the tower to get it in the boat house. I am pleased with the results, especially for the price. $250 was a cheap fix.

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Old 03-31-2013, 08:10 PM
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Well, I have come a long way since I first started this thread. I ended up getting the tower legs modified with tower breaks and now I no longer have to remove the top portion of the tower to get it in the boat house. I am pleased with the results, especially for the price. $250 was a cheap fix.

Nice work! Glad it worked out.


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Nice .... KUDOS and glad it all worked out Thats a nice cozy home
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Old 04-02-2013, 04:01 PM
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Nice .... KUDOS and glad it all worked out Thats a nice cozy home
Cozy is a good word for it. I have been wanting to tear that boat house down and make it slightly longer and twice as wide as our ramp goes around the outside of the boat house as well as being able to pull straight through, (although I never do bc there is stuff behind the boat). Unfortunately, due to building code, If I were to tear it down and rebuild, it has to have the exact same footprint, because it is so close to the water. If I wanted to move it back about 30' from the water's edge, I could in theory make it as large as I want. Maybe one day, but for now I will deal with a nice "cozy" boat house.
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