C.E. Smith Roller Guide-On

   

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21" High

  • Galvanized posts are pre-assembled  
  • Non-marking 9'' roller and end caps
  • Adjusts out 13'' on each side  
Makes boat loading easier. Galvanized posts are pre-assembled with non-marking 9'' roller and end caps. 21'' height. Adjusts out 13'' on each side. Can be mounted on top of frame for extra height. Complete for trailer frames up to 3''W x 4-1/4''H. Sold in pairs.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Boat rollers Have only used these rollers once since I installed them but the boat lined up perfectly. Very easy to install. U-bolts could be shorter as there is a lot of "wrenching" to attach 4 nuts on both sides. June 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Boat guides Really a big help in loading a boat by yourself. The rollers if 6inchs longer would make it a better product. Product is well build and easy to install and the price is good. July 13, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by 25 min installation 25 minutes to install. make sure you have deep well 9/16 socket . July 1, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Finally an easy way out I was having a problem loading my Tracker Jon Boat onto its trailer. Getting it aligned and keeping it there was a nightmare. Now my problems are all gone since buying these loading guides. They were easily fitted to the trailer though the nyloc nuts made it a bit of a pain to tighten with so much thread free on the clamps. I would recommend this design as they also do not mark the side of the boat. June 28, 2010
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rollers to short
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look at trailer frame and measure ou 13". this is the maximum side adjustment
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the u-bolts are designed to cross like an "X" on narrower frames
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I believe so. The clamps are designed to adjust to fit both wide and narrow frames.
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yes it will. thats what my trailer is.
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