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27' Bayliner taken off trailer and was put on bricks.

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07-23-03, 09:58 AM   #1  
27' Bayliner taken off trailer and was put on bricks.

A friend of the family is giving me a 27'1983 Bayliner Victoria. But he has taken the trailer off and put it on bricks. How do I get it on the trailer without tearing the bottom?

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07-28-03, 08:02 AM   #2  
You are going to need a 4 ton floor jack, several jack blocks
made of alternating 2x4's nailed to a square about 4 high, and
two strong friends.
I assume the boat is supported once in the bow and at
both stern corners, if not make it so with the jack and blocks.
Ensure the stern is at least as high as the rear bunks on the
As you Back under the boat with the trailer you will have to
reblock the bow to miss the axles until it is to the rear blocks.
If that is not enough to get you to the water to properly position the boat, let me know and we can get it on all the way.

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08-06-03, 09:09 AM   #3  

I Had a marine transport service do it for me. They did it in under an hour. They had all of the heavy equipment needed for the job. Thanks for the info.

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