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dlrnzo
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Posted: November 21 2006 at 15:12 | IP Logged Quote dlrnzo

Hello all -

I own a '99 250SE, the year with the standard swim deck depth.  I am interested in extending the deck.  Anyone aware of a good quality extension platform?  I found a company in AZ, Swimplatform.com which looks pretty good but I really like the integrated look of the factory.  Any suggestions short of grafting a section on or purchasing a new model?

Thanks in advance.

FD

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NHDoral
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Posted: November 21 2006 at 17:00 | IP Logged Quote NHDoral

dlrnzo,

    We have done a few 250's this way. We can actually use the standard factory E.S. platform and with a bit of fiberglass work, make it look factory. Short and sticky is that you can use the factory  Extended platform from Doral. It can be ordered by any dealer. Where are you located, I can let you know the closest dealer.

Best of Luck!
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dlrnzo
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Posted: November 22 2006 at 08:54 | IP Logged Quote dlrnzo

I am in New Jersey.  I know of a dealer i can contact. I thought that was all molded in.  Didnt know it was an add on part. Can you give me a flavor of the cost? 

Thansk for the tip.  SOunds like the way to go!

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NHDoral
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Posted: November 22 2006 at 11:26 | IP Logged Quote NHDoral

I am out of the office today unfortunately but your dealer should be able to quote you a price. You might think about talking to Green Cove down there in New Jersey. They actually post on here and may chime in.

Good Luck,
NHDORAL


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Ernesto
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Posted: November 22 2006 at 12:25 | IP Logged Quote Ernesto

dlrnzo -
I'll guess the "flavor" -with teak- will be somewhere between a Yaris and an Echo.



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dlrnzo
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Posted: November 22 2006 at 12:29 | IP Logged Quote dlrnzo

Yea... We'll see. I'll let ya know.

THX

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Posted: November 22 2006 at 12:30 | IP Logged Quote dlrnzo

Yes, Green Cove.  I'll check it out 

Thanks agian.

FD

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Posted: November 30 2006 at 09:55 | IP Logged Quote dlrnzo

Got the price.  Looks like $2650 plus fright, tax and install.  Not bad for a factory look.  I hear the teak is 2x that. I dont have any teak on the boat now so....  Not sure if this is a DIY job so next task is the install cost.  I think I'll probably go for it.  I think the benefit outweighs the cost.

Fred

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Ernesto
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Posted: December 01 2006 at 18:15 | IP Logged Quote Ernesto

Well, with the teak and install, I probably wasn't TOO far off...

Sounds reasonable. I don't think this is a DIY... at least not for me LOL.

If you can afford it, get the teak, the looks of that platform will make
the whole boat.

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dlrnzo
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Posted: November 07 2007 at 13:55 | IP Logged Quote dlrnzo

Hello all.  I had the extension installed this past season.  Money well spent and the fit is fine. Just over $3K installed.

 

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