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15 year cable warranty

Your Memories. Crafted.

Designed to handle some of today's largest personal watercraft available, our PWC Hydraulic Lifts support crafts up to 1500 lbs. Built with convenience and safety in mind, four available storage options allow you to choose your lift storage location while saving you space. ShoreStation PWC Lifts get you on and off the water quickly and safely, allowing you more time to perfect your craft.

Frequently Asked Questions

The first two numbers listed in the model number indicate the capacity in hundreds of pounds.
The last two or three numbers are the inches between the posts of entry, prior to the installation of optional load guides.
Watch the short tutorial NO LIFT MODEL, NO WORRIES here. The narrator will ask you to collect some information and pictures to send to us, so we can help you to identify your used market purchase.
Watch the short tutorial NO LIFT MODEL, NO WORRIES here. The narrator will ask you to collect some information and pictures to send to us, so we can help you to identify your used market purchase.
The left, front or right, rear on aluminum and right, front or left, rear on steel.
Approximately 12"-14" plus the draft of the boat.
The standard lift leg can be used in up to 4 ft. The extension leg can be used in up to 6 ft. of water. The deep-water lift models can be used in up to 9 ft. of water.
Aluminum lifts are lighter to transport and have material the resists corrosion longer. Steel lifts have heavy construction – they are more difficult to move - as well as have a propensity to red rust as the powder coat degrades. If the water has heavy acidity or salinity, the degradation could happen quickly.
The threads of the winch drive shaft, winch cable, and drive chain.
Fraying is a sign that cables need to be replaced.
Please contact a ShoreStation® dealer for this service as they have experience at replacing cables and have the opportunity to attend our schools which cover this type of service.
We suggest having a dealer or installer do the assembly as they have the training and experience to do so; they most often also have the tools to place the lift in your desired location.