Floatair Boatlifts
Best boatlift in the industry - Captain Ted, Host of Pleasure Boater - The Outdoor Channel
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Front Mount Boat Lifts

  • Front Mount Boat Lifts

  • Ideal for shallow, rough, choppy, or high action water scenarios
  • Virtually maintenance free
  • The rear of the lift lowers underwater to allow loading of the boat as easily as pulling onto a trailer
  • Strengthens and adds buoyancy to the dock, while simultaneously protecting your boat
  • Special recycled polymer cradles never rot or mildew and are skid resistant, waterproof, and will never crack, chip, or splinter.
  • These cradles will never leave a mark on your boat's hull and are 100% maintenance free. You will never have to replace them.
  • Unique safety features to insure the wellbeing of loved ones and your boat.
  • Works for any V-hull or pontoon boat - docks even the heaviest craft as easily as driving onto a trailer

Model: Capacity: Min. Water Required (in inches) Min-Max. Slip Width Frame Dimensions
2500# FM Lift2500#48"4' ft9'9"any16'
4000# FM Lift4000#48"4' ft9'9"any18' or 22'
5000# FM Lift5000#54"4.5'ft9'9"any18' or 22'
6000# FM Lift6000#48"4' ft9'9"any22'
7000# FM Lift7000#54"4.5' ft9'9"any22'
10,000# FM Lift10,000#54"4.5' ft9'9"'any26'

*Certain boats, such as wakeboarding boats, may require additional water depth for proper lift operation.

Our Front Mount Boatlifts are designed for both personal watercraft and larger boats up to 10,000 pounds. The frame is made of hot dip galvanized steel frame, and we guarantee you won't see rust in your lifetime. Supported by rectangular polymer air tanks, the Front Mount Boatlift offers extra convenience without sacrificing stability.

The Front Mount Boatlift mounts to the front of your dock with two dock brackets. These brackets hold the front of the frame in place with solid steel circular pivots and allow the back of the boatlift to lower. The two side brackets that are attached to the side of the dock support the lift when it is in the down position. This leaves the boatlift in a slant position with the back of the lift submerged underwater, basically just like a trailer backed down a ramp. You then drive your boat up the lift just like a trailer backed into the water. The polymer cradles hold your boat in place while you let the blower motor raise your boat and steel frame completely out of the water. The side brackets that stop your lift from going down too far are solid steel and mounted to the docks inner frame. When the lift is in the upright position the side brackets which now look like a capital "T," are actually applying up pressure to your dock. With your boatlift locked in the upright position you are virtually adding extra floatation to your dock and combining your boatlift and dock as one. This makes the Front Mount Boatlift the ultimate boatlift for rough water because your boatlift and boat will only move as much as your dock does.

  • Works for any V-hull or pontoon boat - docks even the heaviest craft as easily as driving onto a trailer
  • Minimal metal in water creates less corosive environment
  • 6" x 10' walkboards topped with easy-care, non-slip fiberglass are standard on all PWC models
  • 12" x 10' walkboards available as an option on all other models
  • 5" solid steel hot dipped galvanized frame for extra durability in rough water
  • Solid steel hot dipped galvanized side brackets 1/2" thick
  • Roto-molded polymer tanks with half life of one thousand years and have a life time warranty
  • Unique safety features to insure the health of loved ones and your boat.
                                            
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