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Tie Down 48" PVC Boat Post Guide-Ons, Pair

Item # 94407
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Key Features

  • Gives you a visual aid when backing

  • Protects against scratches and dings

  • All hardware included


Our Price   $84.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
tie_down_engineering PVC pipe guides your boat onto your trailer safely and gives you a visual aid when backing. Sold in pairs with all hardware included. Universal fit for 3" and 4" trailer frame sizes. 48"L.
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Specifications
Size 48"

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Tie Down EngineeringTie Down 48" PVC Boat Post Guide-Ons, Pair
 
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4.0

Good product

By G Pops in FW

from Fort Worth, Texas

About Me Midrange Shopper

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Pros

  • Good Support
  • Good Value

Cons

  • Design Improvement

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    Comments about Tie Down Engineering Tie Down 48" PVC Boat Post Guide-Ons, Pair:

    I purchased this trailer hardware for my PWC trailer and found installation, supplied parts and design very good. One recommendation I would make is to drill relief holds in the end caps. In my first lake trip I lost one cap and almost the other due to hydraulic pressure coming into the tube when launching my PWC. I will purchase another end cap and glue these in for safe keeping.

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