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Product DescriptionThese simple-to-install Caliber Marine Trailer Slides reduce loading and unloading effort. They are unaffected by sun, weather, and seawater. Trailer slides come in 10-pad packs and include stainless steel attaching hardware.
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Q:I have a 5 x 8 flat bed trailer, can your 3"w x 15" L sliders be adapted to my trailer and how many sets will I need for my jet ski?Asked on 8/29/2012 by Joe from Erie, Pa
Q:What is the thickness of the slides?Asked on 2/28/2012 by Anonymous
A:About 1/4 inch.Answered on 7/31/2012 by Cruzin from Asheville, NC
Q:My boat is a 23 WA Wellcraft hardtop and spends long periods of time on a boat lift,leaving the trailer bunks possibly exposed to the elements virtually all year long. Is the slide material resistant to UV, ozone, hot weather, and other outside elements? The carpeting really takes a beating, so I either have to re-carpet or try something like the slides.
Thanks.Asked on 9/7/2011 by Chuck from San Jose, CA
Q:Will these work on the bunks of a boat hoist? Our water level gets quite low late in the season and makes it a bear to get the boat in the water.Asked on 6/2/2011 by Anonymous
Q:Has anyone used these on a lift? I have a 3,700# boat on a lift all summer. I have concern about the boat compressing the slides and the screw heads ripping into the gelcoat. Any thoughts???Asked on 5/2/2011 by Oda from Delavan WS
Q:Will these work on a pontoon boat trailer?Asked on 4/13/2011 by Kathy from Orlando, Fl
A:yesAnswered on 6/13/2011 by Rodger from Dothan AL
Q:Hi, Are these pads OK on fiberglass boats or will they scratch the hull?......(if so how heavy)
Thanks, DennyAsked on 10/11/2010 by Jimmy
A:These pads would work great with your boat. No scratching of the Hull also.Answered on 2/15/2011 by Anonymous
Q:We have a 16ft, Bayliner outboard. Where we launch our boat, most of the boat and bunks are up out-of-the water. How would this work? We could put water and dish soap on the bunks.Asked on 9/30/2010 by Tom from Grand Rapids MI
A:The trailer slides mount on the top of the bunk boards, and AFTER the boat trailer is in the water, you will want to disengage the winch from the bow's eyelet to unload the boat. If you disengage the winch from the bow's eyelet before backing the boat down the ramp it may come off the trailer before you make it to the ramp. These slides are very slick.Answered on 10/19/2010 by Justin from Overton's
Q:i have a 25 foot bunk style trailer,(25 foot Pontoon) i want to install something like this but do not know exactly what package i need. each side has two bunks @ 23 feet long so how many kits would be recommended to ease in loading and unloading?Asked on 3/21/2010 by rustyboater from chatt TN
A:The pads are 15 inches in length and it states in the description you get 10 pads. If you have 2 bunks at 23ft. 23ftx12in=276in Then you would multiply that by 2. That is 552 inches. The kit is 10 pads times 15in and that equals 150in. I would say you probably need 4 packs.Answered on 3/25/2010 by Bryant from Tech
A:Double that -- each side of the trailer has a total of 46' of rail
46X12/(15X10) X2(sides)!!= 6 sets
some "small" spacing would be OKAnswered on 10/7/2010 by Mac from Havasu, AZ
Q:Is there a maximum weight limit for these slides?Asked on 3/21/2010 by Chip from Dalton Oh.
A:Not per say, because they will handle what your bunks do. You are just placing them over your current wood bunks so they should work just fine.Answered on 3/25/2010 by Bryant from Tech