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Product DescriptionLoading your pontoon boat onto your trailer is much easier with Smith Pontoon Boat Post Guide-Ons. These guide-ons fit inside the pontoons to center your boat on the trailer. Pontoon boat guide-ons mount on top of rear cross member. Metal arms are made of 1-1/2" galvanized steel tubing and extend fully into sturdy 2" PVC tubes. Pontoon Post Guide-Ons fit up to 3" x 4-1/4" frames. 22" high. Sold in pairs.
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Q:Where can i get replacement mounting hardware(brackets and u-bolts)?Asked on 6/10/2012 by Anonymous
Q:Does this product work on a scissor type trailer for a pontoon boat.Asked on 5/30/2009 by Denny from Manistique,mi
A:These will fit 3" X 4.25" trailer frames but I don't think they will work on a scissor lift trailer. The beams of the pontoon rest directly on the trailer therefore you can't have anything sticking up past the frame on the section that makes contact with the beams.Answered on 6/1/2009 by Michael from Overtons
A:If you can mount it on a fixed part of the trailer (framr / axel0 which does not scissor it will work well. If not you could use a regular unit mounted outboard of the tubes / logs. I would use one wit the similiar metal base since it offers more flexability!Answered on 6/25/2009 by Capt. Joe from Ocean City MD
Q:How many pontoon boat post guides (sets) does one need to effectively and easily load a pontoon on a trailer? One or twoAsked on 5/26/2009 by Andy
A:I would recommend 2 sets. One toward the front of your bunks and one toward the rear. When mounting the rear, keep the water depth in mind if you typically use the same boat ramp. If you mount them too far toward the rear of the trailer, and the ramp is deep, they may be ineffective.Answered on 5/28/2009 by Michael from Overtons
A:The PVC pipe slides on the verticle posts. Before trailering your boat raise the PVC pipe up so the tops are above the waterline. As your boat settles onto the bunks, the underside of your deck will push down the pipe of the guides.Answered on 8/19/2012 by Rvr divn. from Seal Beach,CA
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