- Tim Gebhart
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CUSTOMER NEED: Has lane widths that are under 4 feet and wants to achieve retrieval distances of both 50 yards and 100 yards.
OUR REPLY: Based on your survey, your lanes are under 4’ in width. Our Original 25 model may work for what you’re trying to accomplish since it can be installed for lengths up to 50 yards and can be operated in a narrow lane. The down side is that it requires the use of a split target and post at the target end. One option is constructing beams at the target end with a trapped 4x4 dropped down in lieu of a single post; similar to the shooter-end (pictured below) and and my rough sketch of the target end (sketch below).
Another option for the Original is to share a transport system between two lanes (as shown pictured below).
I’ve also attached our installation manual for the Original 25 and Xtreme 25, 50 and 100. The Xtreme 100 is the only option we have for the 100 yard distance you’re interested in. Under note 2 on page 5 of our manual, we recommend a minimum lane width of 4’-6” to allow adequate room to operate the Xtreme system. This may require you to rework one of your lane widths, or set up a separate system.
If you would like to discuss this further, please email or give us a call at 844-GOPHER-1.
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