Other BEKLODR self loading jet ski system... anyone know anything about it?

Liquid Graffix

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Picked up a ski today and this was part of the package deal. It's made of aluminum with sliders on the sides so the ski slides in super easy. It's pretty light. I am able to lift it in and out on my own. It has an electric wench on it. Not sure if it works yet, i'll have to test it soon. it uses two brackets with a pin to anchor it to the bed of any truck. Looks like it would even work with a big 4 stroke ski.Anyone know anything about this model??? Thanx-
 

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kraqus

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Oh Man! that is simply WAY too cool!
I am Googleing but nothing thus far.... :(

I am definitely interested in buying one.....

Benny
 
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Benny you beat me to it. Your system right now is cool this is super sweet. I will take the road trip with you.
 

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Benny you beat me to it. Your system right now is cool this is super sweet. I will take the road trip with you.
That is a Plan then.....if Stunts318 decides to sell.
We'll hit Pismo or even venture farther into Oceanside :)


Benny
 

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Found the patent. Gregory Beck in CA invented it (hence the "BEK" in BEKLODR... "Beck Loader"). Back in 1997. I doubt it is still being produced, but the patent is interesting reading. Per the listings of supporting documentation for the patent, it indicated "EZ Tote Enterprises" and "Beaver Tail Manufacturing". These companies, and "Jet Trax/Toy Rak" reference other types of PWC loaders. But nothing I can see so far that shows a connection to a modern manufacturer or distributor for his invention. If I find anything more, I'll post.

http://www.freepatentsonline.com/5934863.pdf


 
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edmoto

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If Gregory Beck is the same Gregory Beck listed in PWCToday, it appears he was an offshore endurance PWC racer in the 1990's. If that is true, maybe someone here knows him? From there, track down if the loader is still being made?
 
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Well I have one lined up for purchase. Yep I dont really need one but they look cool.
 
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