Boat Lift Replacement Parts

Boat Lift Replacement Parts

Unfortunately, for a lot of boaters, the boating season is coming to an end. It’s that time of the year when boaters are making sure that their boats will be safe during hurricane season and fixing issues that may have arisen throughout the season. Some boat owners will opt to leave this season’s issues to linger into next season. Why put off for tomorrow what you can do today, especially when Boat Lift Warehouse has a wide array of boat lift replacement parts.


Boat lift maintenance is one of the most important parts of owning and operating your vessel. Especially at the end of boating season, when you know you won’t be inspecting your boat for a few months, it is important to ensure your lift cables are winding properly and are free of rust spots, broken strands, fraying, or any kinks or abnormalities. Any of these are warning signs that you may need to replace your cables. Already aware of a few problem areas? Not to worry. Boat Lift Warehouse has the replacement parts you need to ensure your lift cables are working efficiently.


Another important aspect of boat maintenance is regularly checking your bunks. Periodically, your carpeted wood bunks will need replacing. Unfortunately, there’s truly no way around this due to their frequent use and exposure to the elements. When it’s time to replace your bunks, you’ll need to buy the correct marine-grade wood and bunk carpet to cover them. Getting the right materials is crucial, as using lower-quality wood can lead to premature rotting. It’s also important to keep your boat lift bunks in good working order, as worn-out or damaged bunks can scratch and damage your boat’s hull. If you have an aluminum boat lift, you can upgrade to aluminum bunks, which require a lot less maintenance and eliminate your wood rot worries. Boat Lift Warehouse has affordably priced replacement parts to make sure your bunks remain in good condition. By regularly inspecting and proactively replacing worn bunks, you can avoid more costly hull repairs down the road.


Boaters should also routinely examine the motors of their boat lift, ensuring there are no signs of rust. The lift motor is one of the most critical components, as it powers the entire system to raise and lower your boat. Examining it regularly and looking for any corrosion or damage is imperative, as a failed motor can leave your boat stranded. Motors will typically last anywhere from 2-10 years, depending on whether or not it is kept under a cover. Protecting the motor from the elements helps extend its lifespan significantly. Take the time to visually inspect the motor casing, wires, and connections to catch any issues early. Listen for abnormal sounds when operating the lift that could signal a problem. Your diligence will pay off in reliable, long-lasting operation.


It is also important for boaters to make sure the pulleys are greased on a regular basis, depending on how often you use them. Keep in mind while checking the pulleys that the nuts and bolts are nice and tight. Just one loose bolt could spell disaster! Ensuring that you regularly grease all the grease points will keep it operating in tip-top shape.

After performing these routine maintenance checks, if you discover that any of these parts need replacing, Boat Lift Warehouse carries lots of boat lift replacement parts to keep your boat lift in good working order. These parts can be purchased online and shipped right to your door. No matter your needs for boat lift replacement parts, Boat Lift Warehouse has you covered.


This blog was originally published in September 2017 but has been updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

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