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    Regular bunks vs Rollers?

    What is yalls opinion on roller bunks?
    My XLT seems to not want to come off the trailer at my local launch.
    My launch is covered in algea, which makes it slippery, and i dont have 4wd, so i cant go very deep.


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    There have been some roller bunk threads in the Towing and Trailers sections, and possibly in some of the other forums.

    Those who have rollers really seem to like them.

    You can apply Liquid Rollers, or another Silicone spray, to your bunk carpets. It really does help make the hull slide easier, but it must be re-applied fairly often.

    Change from boards to rollers?

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    thanks k447, thats the info i was looking for.

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    Pm L carlson he can help you out his ski comes right off and he doesnt use spray. Ron

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    plastic bunks? ( 1 2)
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    I have seen these in action make sure you tie your ski down good front and back lees skis slide right off dont unhook your ski till you are in the water. Ron

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    liquid rollers is awesome stuff, I had to chase my jet ski down when launching it for the first time after applying it because it slid right off the second it touched the water, lol, and when bringing it back up onto the trailer I leave it idle or else it will slide right back off... it honestly works just like rollers. I've found after about the 3rd or 4th trip out it's perfect, not too slick and not too sticky....

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    Quote Originally Posted by zx11rider View Post
    I have seen these in action make sure you tie your ski down good front and back lees skis slide right off dont unhook your ski till you are in the water. Ron
    hahahaha, I can push the ski off with one finger ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    hahahaha, I can push the ski off with one finger ...
    That's the best part! Lee

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