Boat Trailer Bunk Padding

   

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Blue

12' L x 8" W

Gray

12' L x 8" W

Red

12' L x 8" W

Brown

12' L x 8" W

Navy

12' L x 8" W

Silver

12' L x 8" W

Black

12' L x 8" W

Beige

12' L x 8" W

Burgundy

12' L x 8" W

Blue

12' L x 12" W

Gray

12' L x 12" W

Red

12' L x 12" W

Brown

12' L x 12" W

Navy

12' L x 12" W

Silver

12' L x 12" W

Black

12' L x 12" W

Beige

12' L x 12" W

Burgundy

12' L x 12" W

  • Protects boat from damage and scratches
  • Same quality as marine-grade carpet
Protect your boat from damage and scratches with the same quality padding as marine carpet. Glue not included. Made in USA.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 48 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good quality and Perfect Size Perfect size. EZ to install. Love it! Great colors too! May 16, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by bunk board padding The padding was easy to use. Althougth the only thing I would like is thicker padding. May 14, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by good bunk cover I usually go to the home improvment store and buy a good grade of outdoor carpet. This is the first time buying a marine grade carpet,I can already see a difference.Looks like I will be satisfied,email me back in a few years and I will let you know. August 26, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Quality Produce these were made from quality carpet and were cut perfectly with very little trimming August 2, 2011
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No. You need a tongue jack.
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Yes. And this carpet is in my opinion, better than what you get when you buy them premade.
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Yes. It was sized to fit the runners
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Not for my money. Go to a trailer parts store and get the carpet direct. For the main runners, I ended up purchasing the plastic cover guides.
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Allthough it may NOT be the factory replacement carpet that came installed on your origional bunks, it can be used as a great replacement bunk carpet just use a good marine adhesive on bunks and wrap carpet around them
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Yes, this is what you use for trailer bunks.
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how many are in a package?

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It's one long roll. Don't bother.
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1 per package (example) if you order an 8"x12' you get 1 piece of bunk carpet that is 8" wide x 12 foot long
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enough for one bunk
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one. Its a 12 feet length of what ever width you get.
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Their are 1 roll per package.
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One 12ft by 8 inches
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Only one.
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1 roll 12' long
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1 piece is in each package. If you need anything wider or longer, you can order the standard carpet in whatever length you need, and cut it to fit your desired width. Cuts easily with scissors or a sharp utility knife. For best results cutting, cut from the back & on a firm surface, such as a piece of plywood or lumber. Hope this helps!
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This is 16 oz. standard size carpet.
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This is 16 oz. carpet, the same as the standard carpet. If you want the heavier weights, you can order the length you need in either the 6' or 8' widths and rip them down yourself, but this should be good for just about any application.
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My original carpet was attached W/staples, Sothat is what I used..
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On my trailer I used stainless steel staples! Worked great. Over 5 year old and have not come use yet!
I could not use the bunk carpet they have here because it would not fit on my 2x6 bunks. I had to have 16in wide carpet to go around the bunk!
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Use outdoor carpet adhesive and staple the carpet to the bunk boards. Please be aware that the width of the padding is too narrow for most bunk boards.
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Glue and half inch staples
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I used marine grade staples & glue.
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I used Marine Glue and ( si xsteenth staples.
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Staples
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Glue - tacks and staples will rip right throuh it
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I used staples along the sides and galvanized roofing nails on the ends
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brass staples
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The best way to attach this would be to glue it on, that way there are no metal surfaces to potentially scratch your boat. You can staple on the backside, or use roofing nails, but as the wood gets wet & then dries each time the boat goes into the water, they will slowly work their way back out of the wood. Hope this helps!
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It's 12 foot lengths and either 8 inches wide or 12 inches. If you're using 2x4 wood, I recommend the 12 inch wide. As for salt water, I don't know, but it's salt water, nothing holds up that great in salt water.
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8 in by 12 ft. I have not tried it in salt water, but it has held up for me. I am very pleased with it and how easy it is installed.
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12' X 6", can tell you about the salt water question.
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It comes in 12 foot lengths, and either 8 inch or 12 inch widths. Salt water should not affect the carpet, but I'm more familiar with fresh water. The carpet is rot resistant and is resistant to deterioration from oil & gas spills, so I would think that salt water is not going to have much impact on it. Good luck!
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