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CE Smith Boat Trailer Carpeted Bunk Boards Review and Installation

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Review and How to Install the CE Smith Boat Trailer Carpeted Bunk Boards

Hey guys. Jake here with etrailer. Today we're going to be taking a look at the CE Smith carpeted bunk boards. Today we have the seven foot lengths, but there are different lengths available for those other applications. Just see etrailer.These bunk boards are going to be a great replacement for those factory bunk boards that you might have on a trailer, whether it be an older trailer, or a newer trailer that's left outside. It's going to give you that nice soft carpeted texture to be able to go up against your boat so you don't scratch it.The carpet is going to be a marine gray carpet, so it's going to easily wash off and dry quickly.

Now obviously the easiest way to determine what size bunk you're going to need is just to measure your old one and buy the same size to put it in it's place.Now if you're putting a bunk where there wasn't a bunk before, we do have brackets and hardware available to place those bunks, but to determine the size of the board, you're going to need to measure where the bunk is going to make contact with your boat. The length of the bunk boards are going to differ, but the width and the depth are going to be the same.The width is going to be about 3 and 3/4 inches wide and the depth is going to be about an inch and 3/4 deep. One thing I would recommend in addition to your new bunks is CE Smith's post style guide-ons. It's going to be a post that is on the corner of your trailer and it's going to give you a better idea of where the corner of your trailer is when it's down in the water. That's going to help to preserve the life of your bunks so that you don't damage them.Now that we've gone over some of those features, let's go ahead and show how to get them in place.

First we'll start by removing our old bunk. Now that we have all the screws out, we can remove our bunk. So you'll set your bunk in place. You want to line it up to where your two holes, if you have two holes to bolt in to are in the center of your board, and then line your board up where your old bunk was.You will need to supply your own hardware. Here we're just using one inch screws.

Once you have your bunk safely secured, you want to repeat this process for the other side.Well guys, with all that being said, that's going to do for a look and installation of the CE Smith carpeted bunk boards.

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