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    Trailers

    I don't know about you guys but I have a few big scratches on my ski from the trailer. What i found i was doing is not putting it in deep enough, so that deep v was hitting the back bar on the trailer.

    Now i sink both bunks, all the way.

    glad I have my long bed dodge 1500!


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    Dude its funny you say that I am glad i have a jeep grand cherokee cause my back tires are completly sumbereged when i put my ski thn water some people think im nuts often i hear people screaming that i dont even know .lol STOPPPPP YOOO STOPPPP !!!

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    you need to get the hitch extension bar. It gives you 20 inches and keeps your tires dry!

    people at the ramp always also look at me funny because its so easy to float off-on the boats. plus it sure makes turning a lot easier.

    i'll post a pic later
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    watch your shins behind that truck.

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    if you look close you will see some skin, and if you listen hard you can hear some choice words.

    but its worth watching all the idiots powering onto those dry bunks and spinning all over. lol

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    Our you could have a trailer nice and low like this one....
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    does anyone use roller bunks?

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    Spray wd-40 on your bunk pads every now and again,my ski slides right off with a shove(It also slides right on,so be careful!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaybat
    Spray wd-40 on your bunk pads every now and again,my ski slides right off with a shove(It also slides right on,so be careful!!)
    I use CRC marinr liquid rollers,it makes trailer bunk boards slick and will not scratch your ski,apply once a month while out riding with ski so it can dry up.

    the good thing is, that it won't scratch your black gell coat

    the negetive thing is, that it slides right off when you want to put it back on the trailer

    CRC liquid rollers is distrbuted in canada called CRC 1246 lorimar drive,mississauga,ontario,l5s1r2 and is made in the USA

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    The liquid rollers is good because the stuff dries and dirt doesn't stick to it as I imagine it would to the WD 40.

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