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TACO® Trailer Glyde Sliks

   

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  • Launch and load with ease  
  • Reduces friction  
  • Mount on carpeted bunk boards  
  • Includes stainless steel screws and instructions
Get your boat into the water without worrying about harmful friction again! Launch & load your boat with the greatest of ease by installing some TACO Marine Trailer Glyde Sliks on your trailer. Glyde Sliks mount right on your carpeted bunk boards. All kits include stainless steel screws and instructions. They are economical, injection molded with special anti-friction and UV inhibiting additives, and they have a 3-year replacement guarantee against breakage. Dimensions: 1.5" W x 24" L.

Not recommended for aluminum boats with riveted hulls.
Note: If boat is over 2000 lbs., order 2 sets to install side by side (6 pieces on each side).
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by GLYDE STICKS After buying a used boat and trailer I quickly learned the difference between rollers and bunk board trailers.The bunk style trailer when it came to launching the boat was dreadfull.Pushing the boat would always take 2 people and was never somthing to look foward to.I saw the glyde sticks in a Bass Pro Shop catalog.I ordered them that day.When they came in Iinstalled them the next time I took my boat out. Installation was a snap,I screwed them into the bunks with a cordless drill,they even provided the screws!!Now not only is launching a one man,one arm push on the boat,bringing it back on the trailor is made alot better May 20, 2006
Rated 4 out of 5 by Saves a lot of sweat I bought the Glyde Sliks to make it easier to load and unload my electric deck boat. Mission accomplished! The boat now slides easily into the water...and, when winching it up....goes back up in a breeze. This product does what it says it will do. August 6, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by great product my boat slid right off the trailer with no problems May 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by save your back makes it a lot easier to get boat on and off trailer, Just remember to follow all safety rules when using, as your boat will slide off really easy. December 3, 2010
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Just making sure these strips are the ones I need to replace some old ones which cracked. I need the TACO strips that feature a flat surface when mounted which the hull of the boat glides on and rests upon.
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Per the manufacturer, these strips will have a flat surface when mounted.
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space between pieces

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how far apart should they be mounted?
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The instructions say to space them no more than 4" apart.
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Strips are to be mounted end to end, per instructions.

PLACEMENT OF SLICKS (Butted end-to-end as explained in Step 1 above) One (1) row in the center of each bunk for PWC and boats UNDER 2,000 lbs gross weight. Two (2) rows of Slicks side by side (no gap) in the center of each bunk for boats OVER 2,000 lbs gross weight or for wider bunks.

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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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No they don't.
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My BeachCat has a fiberglass hull and I haven't had any marring so far, I don't anticipate any.
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26' 6K lbs chaparral
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I would think so. They have a thick covering of heavy, soft plastic.
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Yes, For all boats: aluminum (not recommended for riveted hulls), fiberglass & wood . Thanks
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I don't see how you can cut them down. They are heavy duty metal, tapered at the top
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Yes. If you have to cut a Slick, cut beyond the nearest hole. Do this only on
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do i have to have carpet?

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If I am redoing my bunkers, can I just install New PT Wood and add these glyde sliks, or will some portions of my boat still touch the bunkers? I see no reason to re-carpet new bunkers if I install these. Any ideas?
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 - Orlando , Fl
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These are made for bumping into while putting your boat on the trailer to align it so it will go on straight for hookup and lock down. Answer yes I would put carpet on the guides so your boat doesn't get scratched up.
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They easily installed on carpeted or bare bunks. You should not have to re-carpet. Thanks
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It should not dent your pontoons. However, if your boat is over 2000 lbs order 2 sets to install side-by-side (6 pieces on each side for more support. Thanks
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the way it looks if you screw down the solid side the screws will scratch the fiberglass on your boat
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If you zoom in the the picture and look closely, you will see that the top or flat side is counterbored for the head of the screw to fit below the surface of the glide. Therefore the entire screw head is contained within the glide stick. Hope this helps!
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true, you would have to cut off part of bracket
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Listing states 6 pack but the price states each. So is the price for 6 or 1?
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6 PACK
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Not recommended for aluminum boats with riveted hulls.
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