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Tie Down Self Centering Bunk Glide-Ons

   

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Launch and load made easy! Ideal for painted, fiberglass, or aluminum boats. Easy to install. 4 pack.

  • Easier loading and launching
  • Ideal for painted, fiberglass, or aluminum boats


NOTE: Manufacturer does not recommend using this product on aluminum boats with riveted bottoms.

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Tie Down Guide On Bunk- COVERS! I just got these delivered. To my suprise, there are not solid composite material, but PVC covers that go over your existing bunk lumber. These do not replace the bunks themselves, but are meant as an alternative to the normal bunk carpet. I'm sure they'll be as slippery as advertised, but based on the limited descriiption, I thought these would be a replacement for the bunks themselves. Now I have to consider the cost of buying the pressure treated lumber, as well as, the cost of these covers in total. Relative to the cost of replacment with the traditional carpeted wood bunks this might not seem the value I thought it was. Just make sure you underestand that these are only covers. November 10, 2010
If you fish alone you have to try these I have no trouble unloading my Nitro 640 LX bass boat, but getting it back on the trailer was a hassle because of the carpeted bunks. After installing the bunk glide-ons I can usually get the boat back on the trailer with just one try. The self-centering aspect of this product is the best sell point. I definately reccomend the Tie Down self-centering bunk glide ons to anyone who has to launch and retireve a boat alone. May 4, 2009
Great product Got tired of replacing rotted bunks. This product is outstanding. Easy to install and makes loading and unloading a breeze May 28, 2009
Awesome product I have an aluminum boat that is mainly used for saltwater fishing and the builder told me to get rid of the carpet on the bunk boards as it would hold the salt and eventually eat thru my hull. I purchased these and they work GREAT. They are very easy to install and the boat launches and loads easier than any I have owned in the past. June 5, 2010
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How long are these?

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You get (4) Four foot sections, enough to fit two (8) foot bunks and they come with stainless steel self tapping screws. They can easily be cut to a shorter length if necessary. They are made of high quality plastic material and are designed to easily slip over existing bunks.
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They are each 4' long. Easy to trim to fit
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Four 50” Bunk Glide

Fits 2" x 4" or 2x6 standard 8' bunk boards.
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You get (4) Four foot sections, enough to fit two (8) foot bunks and they come with stainless steel self tapping screws. They can easily be cut to a shorter length if necessary. They are made of high quality plastic material and are designed to easily slip over existing bunks. They are 4" wide.
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The mounting screws go on the 2" side of the bunks
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The 4 inch part of the 2x4.
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Slide on or off with less effort. Position the Bunk Glide Ons so that the two left and the two right bunks are facing inward and downward. Starting at the rear of the trailer, slide one of the Bunk Glide Ons onto the 2x6 lumber with the open side to the middle
of the bunk board. Push the Glide On section onto the lumber until it is almost flush with the end of the bunk board (see Fig 2).
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You get (4) Four foot sections, enough to fit two (8) foot bunks and they come with stainless steel self tapping screws. They can easily be cut to a shorter length if necessary. They are made of high quality plastic material and are designed to easily slip over existing bunks.
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They fit right over your current 2X4 bunk boards.
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They fit on the existing boards.
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see my review. these are covers. I also have 7' bunks, so I'll have to cut and equivalent amount off of the ends of the two sleeves for each side so that the groved surfaces (that help self-center the boat) properly line up.
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They fit over the existing 2X4 and they can be cut to fit easily with a hack saw.
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you will have to remove your old bunk boards and completely repase them with this setup
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They have raised ridges angled toward the center of the trailer. You get (4) Four foot sections, enough to fit two (8) foot bunks and they come with stainless steel self tapping screws. They can easily be cut to a shorter length if necessary. They are made of high quality plastic material and are designed to easily slip over existing bunks.
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They have raised guides will allow you to align to the center of the trailer.
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They have raised guides that are aligned to the center of the trailer
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The diagonal grooves are what make them self centering. When installed correctly, the grooves point towards the midline of the trailer. This is supposed to keep the boat centered on the trailer while loading.
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The Manufacturer does not recommend using this product on aluminum boats with riveted bottoms.
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Yes my boat is a tracker aluminum with rivets.
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It should not mess up you hull its just like having slicker bunk boards.
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what are they coated with to prevent scratches to the boat?
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These are covers/sleeves that go over bunk board lumber and are attached to the lumber via the included stainless steel screws at the sides. There is no attachment at the top surface (that touches the boat) so you have to make sure that the covers are completely flat against the lumber or they will eventually crack at the side attachment points.
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They are made out of plastic, I haven't noticed any ill effects from using them and I have had them on my trailer for over a year.
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Yes, the mounting hardware is included. They are stainless steel and are not coated. They will have no contact with the boat as they are installed on the sides of the bunks and not the top.
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yes. There are enough stainless screws to mount the bunk slides
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Are bunks slippery coated?

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By virtue that these are high quality plastic, they don't need to be. They are naturally slippery.
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these covers are not coated but are solid PVC material. By their nature PVC is slippery, expecially when wet.
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No they are carpet.
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NO They are made of a type of flexible neoprene that when they get wet it allows your fiberglass boat to easily slide onto the trailer
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4" wide by 2" deep 4' long
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Each sleeve is 50" long and fits over the standard 2" x 4" lumber. there are four sleeves in a package.
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The ones that I bought fit nicely over two by four bunks. But mine were carpeted which I had to remove and clean all the staples off before I could mount them. They overall length is approximately 7 to 8 feet long for each bunk.
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