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    Default 2010 outback v swim platform questions

    Today while on the lake my swim platform came off and sank to the bottom of the lake I guess. Noticed when we where surfing one side was lose so was trying to limp back to dock when the other side broke. First question is where can I get another one and second do they make a surf platform?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cactus371 View Post
    Today while on the lake my swim platform came off and sank to the bottom of the lake I guess...
    Sorry, I cant help you on a replacement other than calling your local dealer (I am sure you already thought of that), but that really sucks! a four year old boat and the platform falls off? WTF!
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    Default 2010 outback v swim platform questions

    Yea I think a platform pin came out and then the water ripped it off


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    Default 2010 outback v swim platform questions

    I have been working on a surf platform this weekend. I have some hydroturf on the way for a top pad.

    Probably not a good alternative for your situation as your brackets are probably at the bottom of the lake.

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    Default Re: 2010 outback v swim platform questions

    That or use Tek..

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    Did you check to make sure this isn't any damage to the transom?

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    Default 2010 outback v swim platform questions

    Yea I did the transom is good. The pin on one side came out then the platform broke away from the other side bracket. On the bright side looks like I'll be getting a surf platform now. Lol


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    Default 2010 outback v swim platform questions

    Replace those spring pins with some SS nuts & bolts!


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    Quote Originally Posted by uniwarking View Post
    Replace those spring pins with some SS nuts & bolts!


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    Or SS Pins from McMaster Carr

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    That surf platform looks a lot like the one that we made (as a prototype) for my boat. made a huge difference.





    That said, YES, skier's choice does make a surf platform that you can buy OEM. IIRC, you'd be into it about $1000.



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