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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

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  • Reduces friction between boat and trailer
  • Boat slides on or off with less effort
  • Bolts directly onto standard bunk boards
The Bunk Slick reduces friction between boat and trailer. Bolts directly onto 2"x4" or 2"x6" standard bunk boards.
Bunk Slick Boat Trailer Glide-Ons 4.7 5 15 15
Worked Much Better Than Expected This product made it many times easier to get my boat loaded on the trailer without it hanging up on the trailer's base rails. The only thing that could have been better would be to have stainless steel screws rather than the soft metal screws provided to mount the glide-ons. November 26, 2014
bunk slick sticks I bought a new Mako 21 LTS, the hardest boat I've ever launched and/or drove on trailer. The slick sticks helped in launching a lot and somewhat in driving on trailer November 10, 2014
Best Purchase Ever Having had issues launching my Alweded Jon boat from a no ramp location and low water these Glide Ons are the real deal. My boat now slide off the trailer with ease even with the trailer bunks not submerged in the water. Loading the boat is much easier also. October 29, 2014
Bunk Slicks Just replaced all of the boards on our Pontoon Trailer. Instead of going back with carpet, we purchased the "Bunk Slicks". They are simple to install. So far - they are working great. Pontoon boat slides right off and loads really easy. March 31, 2014
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From the information I was able to find online and by other Anglers they can be used on a pontoon boat. Thanks
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Will these work on a 17ft. Procraft Bass Boat. I have seen some say not to use on a boat over a certain weight. Would like to use these instead of recarpeting the bunkers, This is a fiber glass boat
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Should work fine for your trailer for your 17' Procraft fiberglass boat.
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3X10 10 in a package
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17 inches long 1 3/4 wide, 1/4 thickness.
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Appx 1/4 inch thick, 3" W x 16", 10 pieces (this is in the product decription...)
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3/8" thick, 17" length, 1 3/4" width, 8 come in a package
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Looks like 2"x4"x24". There are two per box, or set
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They come with a 3/4" stainless wood screw. I bought 1 1/4" stainless wood screws just because I wanted a stronger hold.
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screws
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wood screws about 1 inch
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They come with three screws per glide about 1 1/4" long.
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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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Should be no problem with Jon boat. The screws are recessed plenty.
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if the boat is lite and not loaded down yes but if it is big and you have it loaded down I would not do it as the rivets and plastic slides may rub to much
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I would think so, no protuding edges or parts that the rivits would catch on., and a shaggy rivet on the boat would likely tear up your bunk carpet, would actually protect your bunk carpet...
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They are made of hard plastic and the screws are recessed below the top of the glide so there should be no reason they could not be used with a riveted john boat.
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THIS IS NOT FOR USE WITH ALUMINUM BOATS WITH RIVETS.
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