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Brownell Boat Stands for Powerboats
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Brownell Boat Stands for Powerboats Customer Questions and Answers

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how do I know what size boat stands for my 26 ft imperial power boat ????

Asked on 02/20/2013 by Ronald Gadoury

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please use the Brownell Boat Stand Selector < a href=&quot;http://www.jamestowndistributors.com/userportal/brownellBoatStandSelector.do&quot; target=&quot;_blank&quot;>http://www.jamestowndistributors.com/userportal/brownellBoatStandSelector.do< /a>

Answered on 02/25/2013 by matt taylor
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If you go to < a href="http://boatstands.com" target="_blank">boatstands.com< /a> this will bring up Brownell. On their site it will allow you to enter the required info based on what type of boat you have. It will then bring up a list of the stands and items needed for your boat. Thank you.

Answered on 02/25/2013 by Kerry Souza

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I tried to use the boat stand selector, but when I click on the Powerboat button nothing happens. Any suggestions?

Answered on 09/03/2014 by Zan Miller
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The picture shows the top of the stand (the part that the boat sits on) as flat and perpendicular to the floor. Are they able to swivel/turn to the contour of the bottom of the boat?

Asked on 05/02/2013 by Undisclosed

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Yes, they are on a ball joint that allows movement in all directions.

Answered on 05/30/2013 by DAVID DAWSON
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Yes - the ones with a flat top swivel in all directions very freely...maybe not quite to a 45 degree angle, but enough for most hulls. For the very deep shape of the bow, there is a specially made "V"-topped one that worked well. Tip - since the entire weight of the boat will be on relatively small surface, be sure that the placement is a good place for support (transom area, bulkhead, etc.) Good luck!

Answered on 05/30/2013 by emitch emitch
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what brownell stands will work best for a classic 1967 boston whaler 17' ?

Asked on 09/04/2018 by ericj from madison wi

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The regular power boat stands, 4 of them. Measure with the boat on the trailer the distance from the bottom of the hull to the ground and choose a stand height that will be short enough to get under the boat when fully down and tall enough to lift it off the trailer.

Answered on 09/06/2018 by JD Tech Team
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I have a 2002 Proline 26 foot walkaround and will be storing the boat on land at a marina near my home this winter. My question is how many, what types and what sizes of the stands do I need to safely store my boat at the marina yard. Thank you and I look forward to your response.

Asked on 08/14/2017 by Ralph from Brick, New Jersey

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Typically you will need 4 powerboat stands. You will need to measure the distance from the ground to the bottom of the hull, once the boat is blocked. Usually the marina will supply the stands if stored there. Check with them.

Answered on 12/13/2017 by JD Tech Team
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Does the MBS-3 have the same lifting capacity as the MBS-4 does?

Asked on 02/26/2015 by Patrick Quebodeaux

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Yes it's just a different length.

Answered on 02/26/2015 by Rick White
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Please tell me the proper way to place your jack stands under power boats? 1) Which way do you face the wedge at the base of the stands? 2) Which way do you place the top pad attached to the steel angle? Thank You Dave Graf

Asked on 09/15/2011 by Dave Grafton

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Hi - to tell you the truth, I have not received them yet and do hope that instructions for use are included. My boat/trailer is on level ground so plan to firm up the stern then do the bow/keel jack, then slowly raise the stern, then the bow, back to the stern (2) , back to the bow. Thats my plan but maybe the instructions say different. It's new to me, so would appreciated all the help/advice I can get. Good Luck and let me know how you did. John

Answered on 10/04/2011 by JOHN PORTER
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