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Old 03-10-2013, 07:27 AM
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Snipe Snipe is offline
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Prop Guard

I'm sure someone will chime in here and help.
Does any one know if I can get a set of after market dolleys to mount on the prop guard on my trailer? The PO has bottomed out more than once, and I would like to protect the trailer somewhat. The trailer only gets used once a year, as the boat lives on a lift during the summer, but I feel if I do want to use it, it'll be protected. I see most are welded on, I would like to have a bolt on system.
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Old 03-10-2013, 01:55 PM
blakekrone blakekrone is offline
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These might work for your trailer:


Otherwise, just get the weld-on ones and have someone weld them to a flat piece of steel that will work with your trailer to bolt on.
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