C.E. Smith Short Bunk Style Board Guide-On
- For positioning any boat on a trailer
- 24" bunk is covered with deluxe marine carpet
- Adjusts to angle of your boat
- Posts are hot-dipped galvanized to prevent rust
- Hardware included
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jim76 nice but pricey seems like they will do what they suppose to. i thought the price was to high for the product. price was 99 but when they add all the additional charges its 130. but something i needed and its seems like there going to do the trick March 28, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by permit77 trailer bunks very good short side bunks for my trailer. Allows speedy boat recovery. November 1, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by mick1975 Great product I put these on my 2012 tracker pro 165 and it is a great help. No more gettin in water or running up on the fender wells well worth it July 20, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by lilscotty Just what I wanted I purchased these guide-on's to replace original equipment on my boat trailer. They were easy to install and are a near-perfect match for the old. Price is right, too. July 11, 2012
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A:they come as a set for the price they better. i got them and its 2
A:These come as a set and are ready to install. They should only take you about 15minutes to install. I fabbed up a plate and welded mine on so it took a bit longer.
Details:I have a 2007 Bass Tracker Targa 175.
My question is will it fit both height and width wise on my Tracker traliler and fit properly for loading boat since I am disabled and have lots of problems loading boat...any help in this area would be greatly appreciated....thanks
Details:Is it possible to add a second set of guides at the front of the trailer to aid in positioning?
Details:I have a 20ft Fisher Bass boat and the trailer fenders on this single axle trailer are long shaped, or in other words, are made with a step in front of and behind the wheel. Will these work with this? I've included a picture just overlook the peeling trailer lol...
A:Sounds just like my trailer and I just installed this product. I have a 17 ft Sea Nymph and Sea Nymph trailer with steps on the front and rear of wheel fenders. The installation is easy.
A:I had the same problem with my Nitro trailer and Hydro Sport boat. The fancy fenders limited any attachment to the main frame but these attached to the cross member and they worked great. Clearance was questionable at first, I had about 7" to play with and I did need to have a local welding shop open the angle up just to fit the boat but after that the guides went on without a hitch. The guides have about 1/2" clearance from the fenders and, due to the slope of the boat hull I have a few inches of clearance from the boat.
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