Bunk Slick Boat Trailer Glide-Ons

   

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3" x 16" 10 pcs

Black

1 3/4" x 17" 8 pcs

  • Reduces friction between boat and trailer
  • Boat slides on or off with less effort
  • Bolts directly onto standard bunk boards
The Bunk Slick reduces friction between boat and trailer. Bolts directly onto 2"x4" or 2"x6" standard bunk boards.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bunk Slicks Just replaced all of the boards on our Pontoon Trailer. Instead of going back with carpet, we purchased the "Bunk Slicks". They are simple to install. So far - they are working great. Pontoon boat slides right off and loads really easy. March 31, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by nice product Easy install,have these on my other boat makes life easier at the ramp especially when loading and unloading by ones self.Fast shipping what more can you ask for,only wish they came standard on my tracker whereas some lakes don't allow carpeted bunkers,which is a good thing now with the invasive species problem . March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by slick slides want your bass boat to load easier,,,,get these things,,,,,,, September 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by boat slick Product works great jet ski easier to get on and off my lift as opposed to carpet. July 12, 2013
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3X10 10 in a package
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17 inches long 1 3/4 wide, 1/4 thickness.
9 months ago
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 - orange beach al
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Appx 1/4 inch thick, 3" W x 16", 10 pieces (this is in the product decription...)
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 - Okinawa, Japan
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3/8" thick, 17" length, 1 3/4" width, 8 come in a package
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 - woodbridge, va
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Looks like 2"x4"x24". There are two per box, or set
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 - Jacksonville, fl
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They come with a 3/4" stainless wood screw. I bought 1 1/4" stainless wood screws just because I wanted a stronger hold.
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 - Marshall, Texas
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screws
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wood screws about 1 inch
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They come with three screws per glide about 1 1/4" long.
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Yes, the screws are included.
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 - Towanda, Pa
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they come with screws that arent worth anything
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 - Columbus Jct,Ia
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Should be no problem with Jon boat. The screws are recessed plenty.
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 - Marshall, Texas
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if the boat is lite and not loaded down yes but if it is big and you have it loaded down I would not do it as the rivets and plastic slides may rub to much
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I would think so, no protuding edges or parts that the rivits would catch on., and a shaggy rivet on the boat would likely tear up your bunk carpet, would actually protect your bunk carpet...
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They are made of hard plastic and the screws are recessed below the top of the glide so there should be no reason they could not be used with a riveted john boat.
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THIS IS NOT FOR USE WITH ALUMINUM BOATS WITH RIVETS.
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 - Springfield, MO.
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