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Old 05-27-2019, 07:55 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by aydinlik View Post
Hi All,

We just moved to Gilford. I purchased a used aluminum dock and trying to install it. Is 2 ft from water level too high? I heard that it is better to install dock higher to avoid issues with choppy waters. Lake gets very choppy in our water front.

Also the footing of my dock is not high enough. (even i reduce the height from water. it wont be high enough). Any store in the area sells aluminum dock poles? Do you guys think i can use regular steel pipe for this?
Watermark on Union Ave in Laconia sells dock supplies.

Also across the street from Patrick's Restaurant in Gilford is a Dock place whose name escapes me.

Dave
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