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    Bunkaps

    http://www.bunkaps.com/index.html

    Anyone using these?


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    Those look neat, I think I would still cover the boards with some kind of carpet, something about bare wood just doesnt do it for me. I guess you could always paint the boards. Kinda pricey also. For one single trailer not to bad, but when you start talking about doubles and more than one trailer$$$$$. Still looks like a good product.

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    i think i would rather doo the roller set up

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    I have had a set for a year, unfortunately I never installed them
    I'll be interested to hear what bunkap users have to say

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    Quote Originally Posted by KirkF350 View Post
    Hey Kirk, yes I have used them and they SUCK...
    they do hold the hull well, it is very hard to move the ski when the bunks are dry. it is very difficult to get water between the bunkaps and hull when launching, so you rock the ski or float it off...

    They do leave rub marks on the hull worse than carpeted bunks, and you`ll see evidence of the paint or gelcoat on the bunkaps after a few launches...

    This was def $100.00 wasted in my book...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyGPR View Post
    Hey Kirk, yes I have used them and they SUCK...
    they do hold the hull well, it is very hard to move the ski when the bunks are dry. it is very difficult to get water between the bunkaps and hull when launching, so you rock the ski or float it off...

    They do leave rub marks on the hull worse than carpeted bunks, and you`ll see evidence of the paint or gelcoat on the bunkaps after a few launches...

    This was def $100.00 wasted in my book...
    Thanks for the write up Andy.
    1 of the new trailers that I am looking at comes with aluminum bunks with these covers on them. The guy said that they were very slipery and kept the hull from getting scratched. His argument that carpet holds sand made since.

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