New or Used Tritoon Boat Lift-Things to Consider
There is a lot of movement among boat owners that are turning in their V-Hull boats for a new or used tritoon boat. Once a new tritoon boat has been purchased, a new or used tritoon boat lift is often the next consideration. If you currently own a lift for a V-Hull boat, it may simply need a tritoon conversion kit to accommodate the new boat. One thing to consider though is the size of your currently lift. If your Tritoon is greater than 22′, you will want MORE not less boat lift power. At a minimum, whether you are purchasing a new or used tritoon boat lift, in most cases you will need a 6600 pound capacity boat lift.
Advantages of a Used Lift
For one, a used lift will cost considerably less than a new lift. It is easy to save $2,000-$3,000 by purchasing a used boat lift over new. If you can find a boat lift that is only a couple years old this is quite a savings especially if you purchase a Boat Floater. A new Boat Floater tritoon boat lift will cost over $7000 once you figure in taxes and installation. Install it on Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees and your tax, delivery and installation is included in that price. But act fast, these used lifts don’t sit long and are in high demand because of the cost savings.
What About a New Lift?
New boat lifts have some advantages as well. For one, they are new. New Boat Floater boat lifts all come with a lifetime warranty on the polyethylene tanks and five year warranty on all galvanized steel construction. This is by far the best warranty in the industry. Boat Floater boat lifts are also built to last. It is not uncommon to see Boat Floaters that are 20-30 years old that still work and have required minimal maintenance. So when it comes to deciding on a new or used boat lift, give Boat Floater of Oklahoma a call at 918-256-3330 and give us an opportunity to earn your business!