SeaSense® Self Centering Boat Roller

   

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12" L x 5/8" Shaft

  • Takes the guesswork out of centering your boat on the trailer
  • Embedded grooves automatically center the boat while it rolls forward
  • Non-marking polymer blend
Takes the guesswork out of centering your boat on the trailer. Features embedded grooves to automatically center the boat while the boat rolls forward. Made of non-marking polymer blend. 5/8" shaft diameter.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great addition to my trailers This is the third one that I've purchased. It really helps me load in those tough situations like when there is a lot of side current or wind. Gets the keel centered and keeps it there, much better than the standard beveled roller. Plus it's a harder material and doesn't take a "set" in an off-center spot like some rubber rollers can do. Can't imagine being w/o one. April 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2nd one this is my second one. if you use a winch to load your boat this is great. it centers up the boat on the trailer, making loading your boat much easier March 29, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worth Self centering roller has solved my problems loading my 24 foot boat at any degree ramp. June 21, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not so good I replaced my new rubber center roller with one that I liked as deplayed but when I installed it and used it once the roller bent and will not turn. I reinstalled my rubber one that has a steel pipe in the center to prevent it from bending August 5, 2008
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I have one of these centering rollers on order & assumed it came complete with mounting bracket. In reading the Q&A's, I may have been mistaken.

If I need a mounting bracket, where will I find the proper hardware?
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I would recommend getting a "split" or 2 piece bracket. I always found them at any marine supply store or anywhere that sells trailer rollers/parts.
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The picture shows a bracket AND a roller and the one I ordered came with bracket and roller as pictured. However, you can buy each seperately so I guess it depends exactly on what stock number you listed on your order. I grant it is a little confusing by the way this is listed in their catalogue. I had to check the spec's to be sure I got bracket and roller complete. If yours is the roller only or bracket only you can order either through Bass Pro shops.
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