Leisure Boat Lift has over 6 ft and 1 inches of lift and leg adjustments
of over 4 feet. This allows for an 11 foot measurement from the lake bottom to
the top of the dock. Adjustment range like this offers a comfortable height to
the crank wheel and a good position for the Electric Drive Conversion.
LBL has a foot print of roughly 200 square feet on the
lake bottom. In shallow locations the base or pedestal is established
right into the mud or sand. Some installations are in mud, silt, sand or on
rock; even with less than 6 feet from the top of the dock to the lake bottom.
LBL needs only 6 inches of water plus the depth of water your boat floats in.
LBL is virtually deterioration free with only 4 grease points needing
attention twice per season. Bolt-on kits are optional and can be installed to
accommodate swing keel sail boats, tournament ski boats, tunnel hull boats, and
patio boats. The lift can be set beside floating docks and is positioned in the
best way for it to operate all year round as effectively as possible. Leisure
Boat Lift is very safe to be around and safe for anyone to operate. It is
designed with rounded and carpeted corners and edges. Add these features with
long life and low depreciation. 50 years is not out of the question!
LBL lends to bad weather landing, because the cradle
section is not latterly attached. It is almost impossible to damage the boat or
the lift, and it's nice to have the main white tower as a landing beacon so you
can easily navigate your boat to safe storage. When rough water operation is
unlikely for most other boat lifts, Leisure Boat Lift provides a no guess
landing and safe stop. Once the bow of the boat is near the center, the boat
will follow through the bunks until the leg bumps on the stop, adjusted from the
stern section of the cradle.