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Old 09-26-2017, 01:57 PM   #1
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I have a 2002 3500 scr. Does anyone have the extended swim platform? I was hoping for dimensions and pics. Trying to find dinghy storage solutions and I think swim platform would work the best for accessibility and ease of use. Most of the davit systems seem to be geared towards boats with lower height above water.
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Try researching swimplatforms.com
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Yes I researched and so far no one makes a swim platform for the 3500 they said they would make a one off but I want it to look factory so I was hoping someone on the forum had one and wouldn't mind measuring. I think I may go look at a boat for sale that has one from the factory to see first hand.
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I think I may go look at a boat for sale that has one from the factory to see first hand.
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Did Maxum make extended swimplatforms as an option in 2002?
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Not sure My winter storage marina installs them. They don't look factory installed-nothing will. However, they look OK. As you probably know, they are mounted over the original and there are 3-4 stainless steel support under the platform. Can't see them when your in the water. You can always add the teak finish. swimplatforms has a pic of a smaller Maxum and it pretty much looks like that.
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I have a 2002 3500 scr. Does anyone have the extended swim platform? I was hoping for dimensions and pics. Trying to find dinghy storage solutions and I think swim platform would work the best for accessibility and ease of use. Most of the davit systems seem to be geared towards boats with lower height above water.
I had a swim platform fabricated and fitted to my 2001 3500scr some years ago and a rail fitted to attach the dinghy. It fits under the original platform so is a few inches step down which makes it much easier accessing the dinghy when its in the water.. The swim ladder was relocated to the side. I was quoted US $15.000 plus fitting for the factory platform so having one fabricated and fitted cost about one third of that. Will try and send you some photos when I next go to the boat.
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