Pontoon Hi-Impact Post Style Boat Trailer Guide-On

   

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  • Designed for larger pontoon boats
  • Makes loading easier in rough water
  • 2.5" square, 13-gauge galvanized steel tubing
  • Covered by high-impact PVC pipe
  • Mounts to 2"x2" or 2"x3" trailer cross members
  • Hardware included
Designed for larger pontoon boats, the Pontoon Hi-Impact Post Style Boat Trailer Guide-On makes loading easier in rough water. Guide-ons are made of 2.5" square, 13-gauge galvanized steel tubing covered by high-impact PVC pipe. Guide posts mount between the pontoons. Mounts to 2"x2" or 2"x3" trailer cross members. Hardware included.

Manufacturer model #: 86467.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Loading the trailer has never been easier I have a 23 ft BeachCat with a Magic Tilt trailer. The simple pontoon guides that came with my trailer were barely visible in the water and it would always take multiple attempts to load the boat. The Hi-Impact guides made this an efforless process. (However, because of the extra height of the guides, I had to install them on a lower trailer crossbeam and could not use the supplied U-bolts because they were an inch too short - but well worh the extra effort for a great outcome!) August 18, 2012
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They are about 3/8" tall.
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These stand just under 30" tall according to the manufacturer.
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They are sold in pairs. Thanks!
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