Tie Down Engineering
Boat Loading Roller Guides - Tie Down Engineering
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  • Heavy duty 2" roller with end caps.
  • Length of roller is 9"
  • Roller angle adjusts to angle of hull.
  • One piece adjustable clamp with U-bolt.
  • 16 inches of adjustment, 8" on both sides.
  • Easy mounting, fits all channel and tube frames up to 5 inches.
  • Hot galvanized steel construction.
  • Centers boat the safe and easy way.
  • Light Brackets attach to Roller Guide brackets, keeping tail lights up and less apt to go under water.
  • Guides and Brackets are priced and sold as pairs.
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just will not fit
by Karl from Elrose, Saskatchewan on July 12, 2014
No fault of the manufacturer, but this will not work on my trailer-boat combo...the roller cannot be adjusted to get the proper distance from my boat. Also, I need it to be 15 inches taller. I think I am gonna use some of the pieces to homebrew something that will be more of a custom fit for me. No hard feelings, but make sure you know where you need the roller to be in relation to the trailer frame. For my boat, the roller needs to be pretty well right above the trailer frame. Impossible to do with the hardware that comes with the guides.
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Great product
by David from Gadsden, Alabama on April 12, 2014
It was easy for me to install. Makes it easy to drive my boat on the trailer.
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Recommended but caveats
by Patrick from Colts Neck, New Jersey on July 05, 2011
Hardware is solid, but instructions are deficient. Points to note on assembly: 1. Picture (website and on box) shows unit assembled incorrectly, roller supports go through slots, not bolted on top as shown. 2. Does not tell you whether to grease rollers on shaft or not 3. Angle between roller and hull is adjustable. Likely not perfectly parallel to hull. If not perfect, chose setting so top of roller makes contact first, then as boat pushes out on roller, all of roller makes contact. 4. Use clamp to hold assemble to trailer as you mount to make life easy. 5. If boat is on trailer, you need to mount the rollers first to bracket before mounting bracket on frame.
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