Added 'gutter' covers to my carpeted bunks

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richg99
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Added 'gutter' covers to my carpeted bunks

Post by richg99 » 12 Dec 2016, 20:32

Dale, you might be right. I've never, personally, had to do it. I just cover the entire thing. rich

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Added 'gutter' covers to my carpeted bunks

Post by Skunked again » 13 Dec 2016, 10:15

Didn't think of gutter upside down, good thought. I ripped a 4*4 pvc post sleeve in half lengthwise. Put them on the 2*4 bunks instead of carpet. I think I borrowed the idea from this site. The boat has yet to slide off the trailer when backing down the ramp.
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Added 'gutter' covers to my carpeted bunks

Post by richg99 » 13 Dec 2016, 10:23

Just to clarify, I used gutter downspouts, sliced lengthwise.

Heck, anything will work as long as it is PVC or similar.

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Added 'gutter' covers to my carpeted bunks

Post by jeffh129 » 25 Dec 2016, 16:54

I just spray my carpreted bunks with "Liquid Roller " at the beginning of the season. Works great !

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