Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5 out of 5 by jerseyfish ROLLERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE
I USUALLY FISH WATERS THAT DO NOT HAVE A REGULAR BOAT RAMP. MOSTLY JUST AN
EXTENSION OF THE SHORE LINE INTO THE WATER
WHICH IS VERY SHALLOW. HAD PROBLEMS
GETTING MY BOAT OFF AND ONTO THE TRAILER
BECAUSE OF THE SHALLOW WATER. INSTALLED
ROLLER BUNKS AND THIS HAS ELIMINATED MY PROBLEM. INSTALLED THE ROLLER BUNKS ON THE EXISTING CARPETED BUNKS. THE CARPETED BUNKS ARE 7 FEET IN LENGTH, SO I USED ONE SET OF 4 FOOT ROLLERS AND CUT ANOTHER SET AT 3 FEET. THIS GIVES ME COMPLETE SUPPORT OF THE BOAT.
THE ROLLERS WERE EASY TO INSTALL AND PROVIDED AN EASY WAY TO LAUNCH AND TRAILER MY BOAT.
August 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by NearNorth Good Buy
I was able to build brackets for my roller bunks out of L channel and galvanized bolts. They fit right over the carpeted bunks. The boat slides off easily and I needed o make slight adjustments to the centre rollers. I'm happy and it didn't cost me and arm and a leg.
June 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jimgro C.e. Smith Roller Bunks
Easy to install was able to bolt them right to trailer have a flat bottom skiff so no adjustments or extra brackets required. Made loading and unloading a hundred times easier in shallow ramps. Only problem is description says they are steel rollers and they are actually look rubber or some type of compound.
April 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by HawaiiDave A little surprised
I just got these delivered today. I haven't even mounted them yet. They seem to be of good quality and are made of substantial materials. I was surprised to find NO directions in the box. And I agree with a previous review that "for this price they should include some nuts and bolts." I guess I will experiment with placement and number of fasteners until it looks right. It seems to me that a set of simple instructions would be far less expensive than a potential product liability suit due to improper installation. I can see it now - driving down the road on the way to the lake, the bunks begin to move around, the boat starts to slide sideways . . .
April 3, 2012