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Stripper pole


JDMC14

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i went to lilmynx and the only ones i seen are the ones from the floor to the tower ... they have regular poles but there diameter is 2'' and the ski pylon is 2 3/8 right?

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Does anyone know where to get a stripper pole for that slips on your ski pylon...

Those are pretty thick outside diameter...too big for the average female hand to easily and comfortably hold.

Which reminds me, it's a safety pole, not a stripper pole. Some ladies get tipsy and have an uncontrollable urge to dance, so be a good skipper: safety first!

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I've done 1 or 2 of these in the past. Buy 8ft 2"diameter Aluminun pole. About $50. Get an extra 1ft long piece as well. Remove the ski pylon from boat. Take to a machine shop along with the 1 ft piece. Have them machine the pylon down so the 1ft piece slides on/off easily but with no play. Now re-mount ski pylon. Slide 8ft pole over pylon. Turn on the tunes and Let the ladies exercise.

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if i showed the stripper dancing on the pole i wouldnt ever be able to get you off my boat and you would be buying the pole for me...

I think those are acceptable terms.

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ahopkinsVTX

This is priceless! I never knew such a thing existed! Too bad I have a D/D......unless you are in to the "Vertically Challenged Dancers"

Then you just build a custom stage/platform that can rest on the engine cover and gunwhales. Heck it could go all the way back to the rear sun pad too. I haven't thought this out at all :whistle:

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I used 2" aluminum rigid conduit. I then used tower clamps to keep it from sliding down to far.

I am married now and the wife flip flops on her opinion of it so it collects dust in the shop now.

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I used 2" aluminum rigid conduit. I then used tower clamps to keep it from sliding down to far.

I am married now and the wife flip flops on her opinion of it so it collects dust in the shop now.

Cowwboy,

I don't believe that you had a stripper pole ever! I will be forced to change my mind if and only if you supply pictures of this so called stripped pole in action.

NO PICS IT DIDN"T HAPPEN!!!

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