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C.E. Smith Pontoon Post Guide-Ons


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Pontoon Post Guide On

  • $79.99

  • SKU: 1207122

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Loading your pontoon boat onto your trailer is much easier with the C.E. Smith Pontoon Post Guide-Ons. These Guide-Ons mount on top of the rear cross members and fit in between the pontoons to center your boat on the trailer. Steel arms are made of 1-1/2" galvanized tubing and extend fully into sturdy 2" PVC tubes. 22" high. Fit up to 3" x 4-1/4" frames. Sold in pairs.

  • Help to center your boat on the trailer
  • Steel arms
  • 2" PVC tubes
  • 22" high

Manufacturer model #: 27670.

C.E. Smith Pontoon Post Guide-Ons 3 5 2 2
Poor Quality I installed these on my trailer about two months ago. I had to make spacers for the U-bolts because they were so long. After I loaded the pontoon the first time I noticed it left marks on the inside of the pontoons. The first few times the guides worked well other than the marks on the pontoons. The next time we were out on the water there was a 10mph wind and it bent one of the guides. The final time was at night it was hard to see. I was a little sideways and it folded the guide over flat. spend a little extra money and get a guide that is stronger. you never know what conditions you will be in. June 8, 2014
Works Great OK. I have had a problem getting my pontoon on my trailer forever. I needed something to help stabilize and guide me. I have only used once, but they worked perfectly. In fact I came in a little crooked, they lined me up and I had the easier load out ever. The instructions don't offer much about where to install. I installed and left approx. 2.5 inches clearance on both sides. As another review said he bent his I suggest giving a little clearance. Does not have fit skin tight. They also popped up nice from the lake and I could see my way better than ever. September 8, 2014
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