Winter Storage

Discussion in 'Laser Talk' started by Portstar, Oct 27, 2005.

  1. Portstar

    Portstar New Member

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    I have to store my Laser outside for the winter would it be better for me to store it upside down on saw hoarses or right side up on a Laser trailer? Having a frame built for a trap to go over it to keep the snow off of it.
     
  2. w squared

    w squared New Member

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    I too am interested in an answer to this. I am a first time user of this forum so I'm not sure how to read answers!:eek: I also remember once that there was a way to store the Laser on its side resting against a wall. Has anyone any success with this method? Would it be a good idea to wrap a tarp around it, or would that just end up keeping moisture in.
    Thanks!
     
  3. Merrily

    Merrily Administrator Staff Member

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    I did a search on the topic because I'm not sure of the answer, using the words Laser storage. A bunch of threads came up. Look them over to get you started. Also, scroll down below this thread to see some similar topics. Good luck!

    http://laserforum.org/search.php?searchid=61827

    Merrily
     
  4. computeroman2

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    Assuming the trailer holds the boat by the rails, i would keep it on the trailer with a tarp over it. Alternately, you could build a rack and set it on its side off the ground, then cover it.

    Also, if it's at all possible, you could store it inside in a number of ways. You can buy or make a lift and just lift the hull up to the garage ceiling, or you could stand it up on its rear or side rail.
     
  5. w squared

    w squared New Member

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    Thanks Merrily and computeroman2! I appreciate the help and quick response.
    w squared
     
  6. Portstar

    Portstar New Member

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    Thanks for all your help
     

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