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Bunk Slick Boat Trailer Glide-Ons

   

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3" x 16" 10 pcs

  • $41.99

  • SKU: 1445519

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1 3/4" x 17" 8 pcs

  • $26.99

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The Bunk Slick reduces friction between boat and trailer. Bolts directly onto 2"x4" or 2"x6" standard bunk boards.

  • Reduces friction between boat and trailer
  • Boat slides on or off with less effort
  • Bolts directly onto standard bunk boards
Bunk Slick Boat Trailer Glide-Ons 4.3 5 3 3
Great addition to my trailer.. Rebuilt my pontoon trailer. Put new treated 4X6 bunks on.. Decided to put two good coats of paint on in place of carpet.. I put 10 trailer glide ons on each bunk. They are approx, 6" apart. What a great product. My pontoon slides on wjith ease.. Stainless screws were included. The old bunk were rotted because of the carpet. This type of installation should last for years.. Jim K September 27, 2012
boat slides the boat slides with one hand the only thing was the screws are not long enough July 30, 2012
So So These slicks do work as far as helping the boat to slide on and off the trailers a bit easier. However, they are not near and robust as i would have thought they were. First off, they are hollow plastic, not solid peices. Second, if your boat ribs ruo onto them, the "bend" from stress. Third, because they are not solid plasitc, the bolts holes try to tear out when you tighten the screws. July 11, 2012
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Yes, the screws are included.
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they come with screws that arent worth anything
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THIS IS NOT FOR USE WITH ALUMINUM BOATS WITH RIVETS.
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