ShoreLand'r Roller Load Guides, pair
Functional roller load guides
Black polyurethane construction
Mounted on a single steel stanchion
Adjustment brackets attach to side frames
Fit 1-1/2" x 3" trailer frames
Availability: Sold Out
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Q:What is the maximum lateral adjustment possible (i.e. width of the bottom horizontal bracket with the adjustment holes in it?
I need 11".
GordonAsked on 5/9/2012 by Gord from Gulf Coast
Q:How TALL are these ??? AND have you made changes so the supplied u-bolts will actually fit a 2"wide x 3"tall square channel ? I am seeing a constant comment that these do NOT fit a 2"wide channel...Asked on 4/4/2011 by Geesh from Table Rock lake
A:My frame was wide enough, so I bolted to the frame. I did not use U-bolts. My boat sits low on the trailer skiboat so this roller fit side perfict.Answered on 6/26/2011 by Max from Riverside Calif.
Q:I have a small Road King trailer with tight clearences on structual members.My trailer is 1 1/2 x 3. 1). What is the diameter of the "U" bolt that fastens the guide to my trailer? 2). What is the horizontal measurement of the bracket that lays on my trailer(L&W) (also, the thickness of that bracket? 3).What is the material of construction of the bracket? Is it galvanized? 4). As my clearences are tight, what is your return policy if the unit doesn't fit? 5). What is the estimated freight cost to Zip 34442? Thanks.
LennieAsked on 1/19/2010 by Lennie from Crystal River, FL
A:return from 61025 = 10.81 very high because of weight of rollers and steel. if they would have fit fine. like you the u bolts way off measurements.Answered on 6/30/2010 by Don from Dubuque, iowa
Q:Will this guide be sturdy enough for tandem trailers and larger boats? The picture shown looks like a jetski trailerAsked on 5/6/2009 by T.C. from Salinas, Ca
A:No it is for bass boatsAnswered on 10/21/2010 by Justin from Overton's