dock poles

5/12/14 @ 1:36 PM
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mukluk fisherman
mukluk fisherman
USER since 1/7/10
just wondering if anybody knows if there are dock poles that are recessed on one end to fit inside your existing poles. The little lake I live on is rising at a rapid rate and I have the dock (it is a roll in dock) pulled in as far as I can and the outer end will soon be in the water and I only have about 6 inches of pipe left so can't really raise it so I thought if I could fit poles inside the existing ones then I could ratchet it up as far as I need to. Hope someone has some idea if this is possible, thanks.
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5/12/14 @ 4:13 PM
Edward Felcohands
Edward Felcohands
USER since 2/24/09
Just tie your decking to the frame and wait for the water to go down

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5/12/14 @ 4:01 PM
river_chaser
river_chaser
USER since 10/3/12
considering the low water levels of the last 20 years (depedning where you live) this is almost a good problem to have.

couple of options

buy longer poles

use cement blocks to lift up the dock

do nothing, in 3-6 weeks, the water should have receeded

Edited on 5/12/14 4:01 PM
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