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So we kept the pontoon in a marina over the summer, very handy, no towing or ramp issues.
Apparently their forklift operator tried to lift the trailer and boat together, with his forks picking up the trailer beams that support
the upright arms for the inner carpet covered guides. Now the metal twisted and is 5 inches out of alignment.
The bolts holding the wood guides to the upright metal arms popped out and the wood fell a foot or 2 until
it rested on the regular trailer frame. I cant wait to tell the marina and hear their denials
18 ft. Sweetwater Sunrise (F) Pontoon "Slice of Life" ;