Cabela's Adjustable Guide-Ons

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Cabela's Adjustable Guide-Ons -
Our finest trailer guide-on made from rugged, long-lasting components. Constructed of heavy-gauge, 1-1/2" steel tubing with pre-bored holes so you can adjust (from 70° to 90°) the heavy-duty 16" roller to the proper angle to fit your boat. Centers boat on trailer so you can easily load by yourself. Angle adjustment also means added support for your valuable boat. Guide-on clamps to trailer frames up to 2"W x 5"H. Comes complete with all mounting hardware. Roller adjusts up to 4-1/2" vertically. Made in USA. Per pair.
Colors: White (not shown) or Black.
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Cabela's Adjustable Guide-Ons Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

get them on right and you're golden

Getting everything on can be a little tricky, but use a couple of speed-clamps to hold everything in place and it goes easily. Make sure you use some loctite and/or lock-washers and the right torque, too. My local ramp isn't level, so getting the boat (17' Lund ProSport) on straight was always a challenge since I'm usually alone. I'm set up now for about an 1-1/2 inch clearance on each side and it goes very easily, especially when the ramps aren't flat or the wind is blowing. Save a lot of time and headaches to get it right the first time.
ironrangeoutdoors at Cabelas on 04/19/2011

As expected

Great Cabelas product. Helps load the boat straight!
D9384 at Cabelas on 06/11/2013

Negative Reviews:

A roller guide-on that does not roll

This is possibly a good item if you have an aluminum boat and lots of patience. The brackets mounted to my ez-loader trailer's frame easily, but each time I trailered somewhere the brackets would shift outwards, no matter how tight they were bolted down. The brackets for the rollers were not squared out, therefore they press against the rollers which do not roll, leaving black buff marks on my fiberglass boat. The end-most holes on the roller brackets are where the bracket is bent, so you lose an inch plus in height. After major modifications I got this to work for me, but unless you have a drill press and are very handy I would avoid this. Were I close to a Cabela's I would have returned it.
cantfishnow at Cabelas on 06/25/2013

Neutral Reviews:

good product, installation concerns

This product is well built and heavy duty. The issues are with design and installation. You will not be able to just mount this without adding extra hardware. The design is to sandwich the upper plate and lower plate between your trailer frame. If you have a tube frame you may be able to install as instructed. My trailer's frame is a "C" shape, so when sandwiching the plates together it would crush the frame. So what I did, was to insert a piece of pressure treated 2 x 4, cut to the proper dimensions, (2.5 x 5 for mine), then drill two holes through the upper plate, through the frame into the wood inserted earlier. This gives you the needed rigidity for proper installation. Without doing this, you would never be able to get this item to stay mounted properly. So I would say this is about a four hour job. Just don't think you can slap them on. I will say after installing these they are a solid well built product. Just the way it's mounted is flawed. Also the directions did not match the parts received, so don't follow them, inspect what you have in the parts bags first. There is two types of nuts, standard and nylon insert. The instructions called for using nylon nuts for the upper mount, but after putting it together, I had to take it back apart, and use the standard nuts. I used lock tite as well on all threads. Good luck.
Chopper43 at Cabelas on 09/09/2013