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    Bunkaps...do they work?

    http://www.bunkaps.com/

    I like it if they work...


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    If they do I think I'll get some!

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    Hey Hydro my brother inlaw has a 4 ski trailor and we are always pulling skis off and on carts depending on whos going. And he bought a set similar to them and what a difference made it so much easier. So i was going to get a set for my two ski trailor this year think i will try these. Like the design better the other ones cover the same area but are flat. Good find.

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    Well, I think you should stay away from the uni-hump and go straight to the bi-hump. If your feeling strong you might consider the tri-hump but... at your age that could be fatal.

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    I remember seeing something similar to this years ago at a boat show here in Houston. The material the bunkers were made out of was recycled milk-jug containers.

    they look pretty neat. It would eliminate the hassle of replacing carpet every 3-5 years or so. Just use treated lumber for the railes and water seal them also before installing them. They should last forever

    on the other hand, I bet a ski trying to load on a trailer would be really slippery when trying to "load" at a , s t e e p boat ramp......

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    with the rollers, you will be more prone to pull a Mike Thorne on the first hill without the straps.

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    I've been using plastic lumber 2x4's on my trailer for the last 5 years...the same four rails.

    I'm interested in these since it looks like there is less room to collect rocks and sand between the hull and the runners, wearing down the hull.

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    with the rollers, you will be more prone to pull a Mike Thorne on the first hill without the straps.
    I never tow my ski, not even around the block or to the gas station, without being strapped down.

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