Cabela's Bunk Guide-Ons

Priced: $164.99 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Bunk Guide-Ons -
Load your boat even in wind or side currents. Our Bunk Guide-Ons line the boat up straight and keep it that way. Bunks are made of strong injection-molded composite material and durable, polypropylene carpeting. Two-piece design eliminates staples and makes replacing worn carpet easy. Frame is heavy-gauge, 1-1/2" square steel tubing and adjusts as far as 6" on each side. Mounting bracket adjusts to fit a trailer frame up to 2"W x 5"H bracket spacing. Made in USA. Per pair.
Colors: White (not shown) or Black Painted, Galvanized (not shown).
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Cabela's Bunk Guide-Ons Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

good product

I have had them for 5 years had no problem had to drill holes in steps on fenders but work great really help me load in the wind when I fish alone
JOHN2GUNS at Cabelas on 01/15/2014

Negative Reviews:

Good but bad

Overall quality is good but extension brackets are poorly designed. If the extension brackets are used the support arms must be extended four to six inches further away from the boat than necessary. This makes the whole trailer eight inches to a foot wider than if they simply supplied a flat plate to do the job instead of the 6-inch extension bracket. I junked mine and made four flat plates to do the job and keep the trailer within legal road width limits. Does it make sense to slide the support arms out six inches further than necessary, then extend the bunkers back in six inches with the extension brackets? Give me a break.
smokeum at Cabelas on 05/10/2011

not worth the money

Overall, it did the job, but did not hold up over time. Had them less than five years and composite bunks broke in half on both sides. Took them off and reinforced with flat metal stock, which saved them. Then while trailering, noticed one bunk doing some harmonic swaying and vibrating. It snapped the square tubing support arm. I'm hoping to get my hands on some replacement arms so I can fix it, but very unhappy with the durability of this product. Especially since my boat only gets used a half dozen times a year.
mncatman at Cabelas on 07/04/2012

Cabela's Bunk Guide-Ons

These are JUNK!!!!!!!!!!! First off they will not fit a tandem axel trailer. The bend job looks like it was done by a kid in his garage. I got the galvanised ones but none of the bolts were galvanised. The bunk is so flimsy I could break it in two with my bear hands. It would snap like a twig if the boat bumper it. Boxed it back up as soon as I opend it. What a total waist of time.
ds1982 at Cabelas on 03/18/2013