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    Default Best Pontoon trailer guide-ons?

    I'm wondering if there's a better, but still cheap, guide on setup for pontoon trailers. My trailer has two vertical posts near the front and two vertical posts near the rear, each with a vertical roller mounted inboard of the pontoons when the boat is on the trailer. I've seen a couple of trailers with bunks connecting the front and rear vertical posts on each side. Does anyone know how well that works? Any ideas are appreciated! Thanks!

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    I put this on my pontoon trailer years ago. Easy install and durable. Crosswind issues when loading onto trailer solved.

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    video was no longer there FYI

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    I bought several years ago still on my trailer. Don’t know why the video is no longer there or if you can still purchase… Still I highly recommend.

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    Just in case anyone is interested, the bunks are way better than the rollers. I put them on my trailer this morning and tested them this afternoon. I'd say it's just about impossible to get the pontoon crossed up on the trailer. Should be able to easily load regardless of wind and waves.

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