I just picked up a set of triple trees (used) from MADS Outdoor products and I'm a little unsure of the aluminum tube they use. This is my first exposure to trees in general so I had no idea what to expect, but these seem really lightweight/thin walled as opposed to something kind of beefy like I was expecting. Is this a standard wall thickness for trees capable of great lakes abuse? Or is this the reason they're substantially less than similar looking products?
My plan was to run dipsys off the lowest holder so I was looking for a set that had them more parallel to the water, but I couldn't pass these up at the price. With them all at roughly 30-40°, is that still usable for a dipsy? Or better to be safe and mount a single holder near the base I can run parallel?