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Replace your worn out trailer side guide-on boards 100% composite construction wont rot Covered with marine-grade carpet These replacement Side Guide-On Bunk Boards wont rot. Thats what sets them apart from so many lesser models that are simply 2" x 4" lumber with carpet tacked on. We
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so regular pine board with red guard water proofer I use it on all shower installs to seal it and synthetic carpet at 4 mm same as the fuzzy side of Velcro to me would be cost effective for 2 - 14 foot x 9 " bunks or pressure treated with coating of red guard as long as the treated is not wet prior to red guard
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Synthetic bunk boards Discussion in 'Boat Yard Basics' started by efi2712micro, Dec 24, 2017. Dec 24, 2017 1 Carpet just seems to be the best option. If it wasnt every boat would come on a trailer with synthetic bunks and no carpet on them. When I think about non carpeted bunks now I am reminded of sanding blocks.
I thought that it would be a good time to replace the bunks on my trailer and was looking at my options. The boat is a Tracker PT175 on a galvenized trailer. Just a note on the composite deck boards from big box stores, they are soft and quite flexible, I have a neighbor who did his deck in that stuff, it's on 16" centers over 2x12 joists
Composite boards such as those designed for patio decking are now being used for bunks as well, but pressure-treated pine is a proven material, strong enough to support the boat and it holds up well in marine conditions.
Re: TREX Composite Material For Trailer Bunks too flexible If you have a fiberglass boat I would use pressure treated wood .. cheaper and will really last a long time.
Gatorbak Synthetic Bunk Cover for 2x6 Bunks - Gray - 1.50" H x 5.50"W x 8' L. by Gatorbak. $179.25 $ 179 25. 4ft Marine Carpeted Boat Trailer Bunk Board 1 pair For mounting bunk boards to a trailer frame; Foot holes designed for
I can give a semi-educated info on this: The synthetic stuff Seven Trust and the like is typically non-structural, decking and/or trim boards. Most of them have very little bearing capacity and deflect quite easily, so I don't think for the most part it's an adequate solution for a trailer - especially an all-bunk trailer as Chuck has.
Non Wood Bunk Boards Sign in to follow this . Followers 1. Non Wood Bunk Boards probably not the best boards to use for a boat trailer but they saved me from having to buy new ones. I've had a couple get broken by what I'm guessing was people climbing on my trailer in the parking lots not broken when I parked the truck, broken when I got
Make a Pair of Bunk Glides for Your Boat Trailer. if it breaks the screws you used will damage your hull. Plastic or composite decking boards often have embedded minerals, which would act like fine sandpaper. which is impervious, as my 1979 Starcraft can attest to. You don't need to worry about salt water in your bunks if