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Caliber Marine Trailer Slides, 3"W x 15"L

Item # 31336
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Key Features

  • Trailer slides are easy to install

  • Reduce loading and unloading effort

  • Resist deterioration by sun, salt, water, and wate

  • 10-pack of marine slides

  • Include stainless steel hardware


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marine_slides These simple-to-install Caliber Marine Trailer Slides reduce loading and unloading effort. They are unaffected by sun, weather, and seawater. Trailer slides come in 10-pad packs and include stainless steel attaching hardware.
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Dimensions 3"W x 15"L
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Marine SlidesCaliber Marine Trailer Slides, 3"W x 15"L
 
4.4

(based on 82 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (47)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (27)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (4)

94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (53)
  • Compact (20)
  • Waterproof (19)
  • Easy to install (14)
  • Safe (11)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Boating / sailing (41)
  • Personal watercraft (22)
  • Smaller boats (4)
  • Larger boats (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Advanced (40), Casual/ recreational (22), Recreational (7), Recreational rider (3), Recreational user (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (50)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

makes unloading and loading a breeze

I had great trouble unloading my pwc and fishing boat at one of my favorite lakes as the water level was extremely low, too low to wet the bunks. I installed these sliders and...Read complete review

I had great trouble unloading my pwc and fishing boat at one of my favorite lakes as the water level was extremely low, too low to wet the bunks. I installed these sliders and unloading and loading was a breeze.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

not all its scratched up to be!

i used this on my Glastron GT185, they worked good for about 2 times then i noticed white gelcoat on the bunk slides. not good! grains of sand and small rocks got imbedded...Read complete review

i used this on my Glastron GT185, they worked good for about 2 times then i noticed white gelcoat on the bunk slides. not good! grains of sand and small rocks got imbedded in the plastic scratching my boat. could work good if your landing is all concrete.

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5.0

slide on slide off

By Scoobie

from Augusta Maine

About Me Family boater, Freshwater angler

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Boat loads easier now
  • Unloads With Ease

Cons

  • Wish Pieces Were Longer

Best Uses

    Comments about Marine Slides Caliber Marine Trailer Slides, 3"W x 15"L:

    The slides were very easy to install. Can load and unload my fiberglass boat with ease. No more drag on my bunk trailer.

     
    5.0

    Slippery when wet

    By Jpet

    from Cotuit, MA

    Verified Buyer

    Comments about Marine Slides Caliber Marine Trailer Slides, 3"W x 15"L:

    The slides work really well especially when they are wet.

     
    5.0

    I would buy the slides again if I bought a new trailer

    By Boatrunner Mark

    from Coos Bay Oregon

    About Me Great For Low Tides, Saltwater angler

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Boat loads easier now
    • Durable, corrosion resistant
    • My Boat Comes Off Easier
    • Safe and secure

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Ramp launching

      Comments about Marine Slides Caliber Marine Trailer Slides, 3"W x 15"L:

      these slides make it much easier to get my boat off the trailer when the low tide are so low . my boat isnt touching the water all the way and it isnt floating. I can now push it off the trailer

       
      5.0

      Not disappointed

      By PennyWayne

      from Ancram, NY

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Boating

        Comments about Marine Slides Caliber Marine Trailer Slides, 3"W x 15"L:

        We have a Tracker Fish Barge 21' and we must drive it up onto the trailer. The trailer slides make it so much easier. Because of the size of the trailer, we needed two kits.

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        5.0

        Great product I would recommend !

        By Milk man

        from London ky

        About Me Advanced

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Compact Design
        • Easy To Use
        • Got These For My Pontoon
        • Trailer Work Great Unload
        • Waterproof

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Boating

          Comments about Marine Slides Caliber Marine Trailer Slides, 3"W x 15"L:

          Got these for my pontoon trailer work great makes loading and unloading a lot better . I have noticed a lot of pontoon trailers that the carpet is torn this will stop that from happening !

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          • Q:

            how do these hold up loading and unloading in salt water as I fish in both
            Asked on 7/14/2014 by barkeep from ida grove Ia

            1 answer

            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              These are made to withstand salt, and/or freshwater environments.

              Answered on 7/14/2014 by Anonymous
          • Q:

            Hi, Are these pads OK on fiberglass boats or will they scratch the hull?......(if so how heavy)
            Thanks, Denny
            Asked on 10/11/2010 by Jimmy

            1 answer

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              A:

              These pads would work great with your boat. No scratching of the Hull also.

              Answered on 2/15/2011 by Anonymous
          • Q:

            We have a 16ft, Bayliner outboard. Where we launch our boat, most of the boat and bunks are up out-of-the water. How would this work? We could put water and dish soap on the bunks.
            Asked on 9/30/2010 by Tom from Grand Rapids MI

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            • Staff Reviewer

              A:

              The trailer slides mount on the top of the bunk boards, and AFTER the boat trailer is in the water, you will want to disengage the winch from the bow's eyelet to unload the boat. If you disengage the winch from the bow's eyelet before backing the boat down the ramp it may come off the trailer before you make it to the ramp. These slides are very slick.

              Answered on 10/19/2010 by Justin from Overton's
          • Q:

            i have a 25 foot bunk style trailer,(25 foot Pontoon) i want to install something like this but do not know exactly what package i need. each side has two bunks @ 23 feet long so how many kits would be recommended to ease in loading and unloading?
            Asked on 3/21/2010 by rustyboater from chatt TN

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            • CUSTOMER CARE

              A:

              The pads are 15 inches in length and it states in the description you get 10 pads. If you have 2 bunks at 23ft. 23ftx12in=276in Then you would multiply that by 2. That is 552 inches. The kit is 10 pads times 15in and that equals 150in. I would say you probably need 4 packs.

              Answered on 3/25/2010 by Bryant from Tech
            • A:

              Double that -- each side of the trailer has a total of 46' of rail
              46X12/(15X10) X2(sides)!!= 6 sets

              some "small" spacing would be OK

              Answered on 10/7/2010 by Mac from Havasu, AZ
          • Q:

            Is there a maximum weight limit for these slides?
            Asked on 3/21/2010 by Chip from Dalton Oh.

            1 answer

            • CUSTOMER CARE

              A:

              Not per say, because they will handle what your bunks do. You are just placing them over your current wood bunks so they should work just fine.

              Answered on 3/25/2010 by Bryant from Tech
          • Q:

            I have a 17' boston whaler with a cox trailer. Right now I have rollers on my trailer. Will this product take the place of My existing rollers?
            Asked on 11/27/2009 by Donald from Goldsboro N.C.

            1 answer

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              A:

              These have to be attached to bunk boards.

              Answered on 12/1/2009 by Bryant from Tech
          • Q:

            Have 25' pontoon boat, how far a part can you mount each 15" slide strip and still remain effective? Need to protect aluminum against corrosion / electrolisis from salt water usage while sitting on bunk carpet. Would like at least 12" separation between each strip if possible.
            Thanks
            Asked on 9/8/2009 by Anonymous from sargeant, tx

            1 answer

            • CUSTOMER CARE

              A:

              It is recommended to typically keep them within a few inches of each other. Spacing them that far apart may not provide full support and protection.

              Answered on 9/9/2009 by Bob from Overton's Tech
          • Q:

            I have a Mastercraft and my lift has 2 2X12 boards that fit on my lift upright will this product fit on these boards?
            Asked on 8/29/2009 by Anonymous from Monticello In

            1 answer

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              A:

              These should be perfect for this.

              Answered on 9/4/2009 by Bob from Overton's Tech
          • Q:

            I have a riveted Alum. Hull - will these work ok and if the boat is under 2000 pounds do i need all or only a couple to ease the loading?
            Asked on 7/21/2009 by DR from Beulah, MI 49617

            1 answer

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              A:

              These will work on an aluminum hull, and you will need to run them the length of the boat. You may not have to run them to the very front of the boat depending on the shape of your hull. The goal is to strategically place the slides in places that it will make it easier for the boat to slide onto and into position on bunk boards on your trailer.

              Answered on 12/9/2009 by Justin from Overton's Technician
          • Q:

            My boat is large, close to 5000 pounds. How do they fix to the bunks. If they are srewed or stapled will they crush under the weight of my boat and scrape the gel coat? I store my boat on the trailer for the winter also. Will they hold up under that?
            Asked on 7/12/2009 by maxxsam from Putnam County New York

            1 answer

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              A:

              These are screwed in and should hold up to the weight of the boat. These are made out of a high impact, rugged plastic material that is designed to withstand pressures like this.

              Answered on 7/20/2009 by Ryan from Overtons
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