Setting tritoon bunks for lift

plooby

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I have a 25' Bennington triton. we just installed a 10,000 lb boat lift. we have three 20' long by 1' wide flat aluminum bunks with rubber mating on top of them. We are try to figure out how much to position them.
 

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I have a 25' Bennington triton. we just installed a 10,000 lb boat lift. we have three 20' long by 1' wide flat aluminum bunks with rubber mating on top of them. We are try to figure out how much to position them.
If you have a standard 8’6” beam you place the two outer bunks 6.5 feet apart center to center and the third bunk right in the middle.

The rear of the toons should be within a couple of feet of the rear cradle beam as most of the weight is on the back of the boat. The front of the toon can hang past the front cradle beam quite a ways.

hope this helps.
 

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If you have a standard 8’6” beam you place the two outer bunks 6.5 feet apart center to center and the third bunk right in the middle.

The rear of the toons should be within a couple of feet of the rear cradle beam as most of the weight is on the back of the boat. The front of the toon can hang past the front cradle beam quite a ways.

hope this helps.
 
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