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Old 10-21-2010, 11:04 PM
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Question Dancing pole on boat??

Seriously, I had three girls I know ask me to install a pole for "dancing" on the Post when I get it.
I thought they were joking, then one of them gave a small sample with a wooden structure pole.
Is this even possible to do?
Where the heck would I even get one?
I'm guessing they aren't too cheap either.
Old 10-21-2010, 11:57 PM
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Take the one off your Wellcraft...
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Steve do a Google search Where to buy a stripper pole, that will head you in the right direction.
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Originally Posted by Brother Dave View Post
Take the one off your Wellcraft...
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Old 10-22-2010, 01:52 AM
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Yeah, geez, they even have temporary ones.
And I thought they were all brass...
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Originally Posted by Steve_250 View Post
Yeah, geez, they even have temporary ones.
And I thought they were all brass...
Do you need help installing it, I will even stay to make sure it works when there on it
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It could double up as a wire chase!
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All I can say is you are hanging out with the right girls!
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well, if you insist on the real thing in brass poles...ahemm, somebody calls in a false alarm to the fire dept and while those guys are gone.........well, figure it out!

...and remember, Steve, we want pictures!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by Steve_250 View Post
Seriously, I had three girls I know ask me to install a pole for "dancing" on the Post when I get it.
I thought they were joking, then one of them gave a small sample with a wooden structure pole.
Is this even possible to do?
Where the heck would I even get one?
I'm guessing they aren't too cheap either.
You have 3 girls asking for a stripperpole and you are worried about cost?
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Originally Posted by never2rough View Post
You have 3 girls asking for a stripperpole and you are worried about cost?

Proposal:

We all send in $1.00 and you post photoes.
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Don't know what type of boat you have but a local guy has one sticking 8 ft tall out the bow of his Fountain. He installed one of those recessed table holders in the floor of the cabin just below the deck hatch. He then made an "fake" deck hatch and put a 12 ft pole through the middle of it, into the table holder in the floor. After somehow securing the pole to the hatch (they do not seperate now) he can install the factory hatch or swap it out for that altered one with the stripper pole in it.....it is secure enough that the girls can literally swing circles around on that thing!

The boat is a 29 Fountain that runs 100-110 when the brass pole isn't installed....boat name, "Crowd Pleaser"
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Let me know when you are coming through the Narrows, I want to see that show.
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Just an interesting side note.... The Rinker 360EC with a hard top comes from the factory with a stripper pole. Notice it just to port of the helm.

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I think I can speak for the heteros here on THT when I say.............PICTURES PLEASE!
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They sell removable stripper poles that have a weighted base. They obviously aren't as sturdy as somehting that is mounted floor-ceiling but they work. You should be able to get a pole for under $300 bucks. Carmen Electra sells a stripper pole for like 200-250 and it is pretty sturdy if you have room for it between the deck and a hardtop adn breaks down into a small case.

ASk me how I know....Girlfriend took pole dancing classes for two months to surprise me for my birthday. She has the Carmen Electra one and it works great in her place.
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These should become an option for all boats. It could also add some life to the boat shows.
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Originally Posted by bjm9818 View Post
They sell removable stripper poles that have a weighted base. They obviously aren't as sturdy as somehting that is mounted floor-ceiling but they work. You should be able to get a pole for under $300 bucks. Carmen Electra sells a stripper pole for like 200-250 and it is pretty sturdy if you have room for it between the deck and a hardtop adn breaks down into a small case.

ASk me how I know....Girlfriend took pole dancing classes for two months to surprise me for my birthday. She has the Carmen Electra one and it works great in her place.



They make one for the boat that comes in 3 pieces and is adjustable much like the old pull up bars that went between the door jambs. Bought one to use once the party gets goin. Just add girls, booze a stripper pole and see what happens.
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Just tell them "I got your dancing pole right here... "
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I may or may not have gotten one made for the bow of my boat... This guy hooked it up - www.RyderRacks.com

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