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E-Z Slide Trailer Pads

   

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  • Rugged pre-drilled pads install easily
  • Reduce friction while loading and unloading
  • Stainless steel hardware included
Your boat will slide effortlessly into the water when you launch with E-Z Slide Pads on your trailer. Tough, pre-drilled pads install easily over the carpeting of your existing bunks and will reduce friction while loading and unloading your fiberglass or aluminum boat. Each pad measures 3/8'' thick. Stainless steel hardware included.

Kit #1: 8 pads, 1-1/2''W x 10''L, for bunks up to 5' long. No bunk enders.
Kit #2: 4 pads, 3''W x 10''L,  for bunks up to 5' long. Includes 2 bunk enders.
Kit #3: 8 pads, 3''W x 10''L, for bunks up to 10' long. Includes 2 bunk enders.
NOTE: E-Z Slide Pads are recommended for welded metal boats weighing up to 4000 pounds and fiberglass boats weighing up to 1500 pounds.
E-Z Slide Pads are not recommended for boats with painted bottoms or fiberglass boats weighing more than 1500 pounds.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good quality trailer slide pads I used these pads on my Jet Ski lift, rather than on a trailer, and they work very well. The pads were easy to install with the stainless steel screws provided in the package. PLEASE NOTE: It's not necessary to order end slide plates as a separate item, since the package comes with two. April 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by missing screws Well I realy like these pads I live on a lake with restricted engines (25 hp) on a 21' pontoon. For the very first time I did not have to get in the water to push the boat over to line it up.It slid right up to the stop no problem. The only down side was like most other consumers I had 2 screws missing per bag. At 60 cents a peace (and I dont know how many kits are sold)this looks more like a money saver for the company the Quality control..Like who is gonna gripe about a cupple of screws if you buy one or two kits? In the long haul when you add the gas, have to stop what you are doing, find S/S screws, come back finnish what you started its a pain. PS. I have a 21' trailer took 4 kits 12 miles oneway to get hardware so do the math 10,000 kits sold a year by the manufacture it adds up..... November 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Money well spent I've had my boat for 27 years and I'm 27 years older too so this makes loading a lot easier. A lot less effort needed now to crank the winch. August 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Product Recently purchased a set of the E-Z slide pads. It takes very little time to mount them on bunk boards. The only problem is that I was missing 1 of the stainless steel mounting screws. July 26, 2013
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Make sure the weight of the pontoon boat does not exceed the recommended 4000 pounds, as the pads could crack above that weight. You will want to put the pads on all 4 bunks, and the manufacturer recommends 12-18 inches apart.
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I put them on my trailer and they do make a difference. My pontoons need to be cleaned but until then these guides help the crusty Pontoons from sticking to the bunk carpet. Make sure to drill a larger hole than the instructions tell you. They say use a 1/8' drill. I used a #20 #.161# drill. Be sure to only use a #3 Phillips driver bit but finish the tightening by hand. And finally, the screws have specially designed dimensions and cannot be found at a local hardware store so before you head out and start on this project count the screws because they typically short us on the correct quantity. If you do need more screws don't hesitate to call the company toll free in Oregon for more free of charge.
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I have a platform boat lift - it tilts to dump the boat and you drive it back on like a trailer - white hull - is it going to mark me up real bad? Bunks are 4 x4's one row enough? I am thinking that maybe I won't have to tilt the lift so much with these.
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Have had only slight marking on the hull (a lot less than normal operating and running over debris in the water...) The 3" model is perfect for the 4" wide bunk. Guarantee you won't have to tilt as much (and make sure you keep your boat tied before you're ready to lauch/pull out, these will make the boat slide right off.)
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The manufacturer does not recommend using the EZ Slides in conjunction with fiberglass boats heavier than 1,500 lbs. or if the boat has a painted bottom. Under these circumstances, you will risk cracking the gel-coat, or scratching a painted bottom.

They recommend placing the slide 12 - 18 inches apart on the bunks.

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They can be used with any flat surface boat bottom
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The E-Z Slides will work with aluminum, metal, and riveted metal boats up to 4,000 lbs.
The E-Z Slide are not recommended for boats with painted bottoms or fiberglass boats weighing more than 1500 pounds.

Therefore, it should work if you have the Tracker Pro 165, which has an all-welded aluminum Mod V hull boat. Thanks
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They say not recommended for painted bottoms. Its an aluminum boat, but bottom is painted. Use boat for hunting, so don't care if scratches paint. Just need to be able load and unload in very shollow water. Can I use them, and will they help?
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They will scratch the paint off if you dont mind then its on you.... I like them keeps
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I use it on a painted G3 aluminum boat and after about 3 times launching, the boat comes off like it was on butter.
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I have the Grizzly 1648SC and I use them. I bought the camoflage painted version. Of course it is hard to tell if it is scratching the paint or not underneath, but I have had a look while the boat is on the trailer and have not seen more than was probably already there just from my normal use.
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I've used these with a Lund riveted hull and currently with a Alumacraft riveted hull with no problems
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The E-Z Slides will work with aluminum, metal, and riveted metal boats up to 4,000 lbs. Thanks!
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One of your other products warns against riveted aluminum hulls and I want to make sure OK to use since details don't specify.
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Yes. No problem on my Alumacraft 165 Mag
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The E-Z Slides will work with aluminum, metal, and riveted metal boats up to 4,000 lbs. Thanks!
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DON'T. The pads are really slick.
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No boat will slide off trailer
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One row on each bunk (the 3" glide is an ideal fit for a 4" bunk), the stainless screws included with the kit will hold them in place, bolts would be overkill.
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I have a 17 ft legend and used 10 pads and 2 bunkenders .Pads are screwed into bunk as per instructions and come with kit . As in other reviews be careful when taking boat out of water to secure front hook because boat could slide off bunk. Very cool to load boat and use fraction of power to set on trailer.
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When loading the boat if you are not dead center or not all the way up on the trailer, you have to put the boat back in the water to get it right. You can not man handle this boat. Boat weighs about 2000 lbs.

I have 4 bunks about 15' feet long and was thinking about 2 of the #3 packages. Is this enough and will the pads damage the bottom of the boat while traveling?
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I've used these for 10 years on various boats, never had any issues with hull damage. Your first launch with these on your trailer and you'll be in love with this product!
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NOTE: E-Z Slide Pads are recommended for welded metal boats weighting up to 4000 pounds and fiberglass boats weighting up to 1500 pounds.

E-Z Slide Pads are not recommended for boats with painted bottoms or fiberglass boats weighing more than 1500 pounds.

The pads should be spaced 12” – 18” apart on the bunks. http://www.ironwoodpacific.com/store/p/473-E-Z-Slide-Trailer-Slides-Loading-and-Launching-Aid.aspx
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They have a small curved end the fits on the end of the bunks. This way the boat does not hit the bunk at all.
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Bunk Enders are the pads made especially for the very end of the bunks, that is the end that the boat comes in contact with as you are drawing it onto the trailer. If you have two bunks..you will need two bunk enders.
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Hard plastic or Neoprene "L" shaped parts that attach to the ends of the 2 bunks where the E-Z slide plates are attached to the trailer
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Get them for sure as they are downturn part of pads for the end of bunk runners. They allow boat to make contact with the pad part vs bunk carpet. I find them very helpful to load boat in shallow water or on steep ramps. They are a little "L" part of pad that caps over the end of the runners. Good to have there.
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