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Click for more info and reviews of this CE Smith Boat Trailer Parts: https://www.etrailer.com/Boat-Trailer-Parts/CE-Smith/CE27600.html Check out some similar Boat Trailer Parts options: https://www.etrailer.com/dept-pg-Boat_Trailer_Parts-sf-Guides.aspx https://www.etrailer.com Don’t forget to subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/user/etrailertv Full transcript: https://www.etrailer.com/tv-review-ce-smith-bunk-style-guide-ons-ce27600.aspx Today we'll be looking at the C.E. Smith 60 inch long bunk-style guide-ons for boat trailers. Part number CE27600. The CE Smith bunk-style guide-ons are the right on solution for loading your boat. For demonstration purposes, we have this set pulled slightly further out than our rear ones. Let's go over some features. They're going to support your boat and keep it centered while loading. They tilt to accommodate hulls of various sizes. The uprights simply clamp onto your boat's trailer frame with no drilling required. The brackets also allow you to adjust your uprights' depth so you can accommodate a variety of boat sizes. The uprights themselves are made out of a pre-galvanized sturdy steel construction, so they're going to resist rust and corrosion. The bunk boards are covered in a marine-grade carpet to help protect our boat's finish. All the hard ware you need to get these installed is included. Now let me go over 00:00:51 some features to go ahead and show you how to get it installed. As you can see, our boat already has rear guide-ons already installed. We're going to be installing some on the front, so let's go ahead and get started. Now the first step to getting our guide-ons installed, is we'll need to install the the U-bolts and the brackets here and at the back there. With our two-inch frame here, our U-bolts are going to go in an X fashion, like this. If we had a three-inch frame then we would just go like this. We're going to set them in place, like so and we'll take our bracket, it's going to go in this position, with the two long ones facing toward the boat. We're going to line up the holes, then after we have that in position we can install our hardware. We'll be putting on a flat washer, followed by a lock nut. Now keep in mind everything we do here, we're going to do on the other side of the trailer. Now, with our front one loosely installed, let's go ahead and do the back one the exact same way. Now we can grab two upright posts and insert them in the brackets. We're going to insert the short end, that's going to be the end without the holes, set them in like so. We're not going to fully tighten them down just yet. We're going to make sure that we have the correct distance between the two. Now, a good way to determine your desired length is you can grab your bunk board, bring it up to your uprights and put it in position. Obviously you don't want to exceed the length of the 60 inches and you want a little bit of overhang. I'd say that looks pretty good. You just want to make sure you have an even amount of overhang. We're going for about four inches on each side. Since we're good to go on the length between the two uprights, the next thing we need to make sure is we have the same depth on both sides. We're going to go right here before the elbow and tighten it down. It's going to be a 9/16ths socket wrench. You want to make sure and tighten these down evenly, that way it's got a nice snug fit. Now, with that one in place, let's go ahead and do the rear one. Now we'll just go right before the elbow, just as we did before, and tighten that down. Next, we can loosely install the swivel brackets on our upright post. This is going to help us line up our bunk boards. Now we've got two holes that we can mount our swivel bracket to. You just want to choose whatever works best for your application. We're going to go with the bottom one on both. I'm going to put it there, take my bolt, pass it through the other side, putting it through the hole, put on a flat washer and then a lock nut. Now, as I said before, we'll just loosely install it. I'll get my other one. Now we can grab our bunk board and mark up our brackets. Now, it's not a bad to get an extra set of hands when lining this up. That way the bunk board doesn't move on you. Now, we don't need to worry about marking out our holes because we're just going to remove the swivel brackets to install them on the bunk board. I'm just going to mark the inside edge here, just so I know where to line it up with the bunk board. I'm going to do that for each side. Now, with our swivel brackets removed, we can line them up on our bunk board where we had them positioned, and then drill out some pilot holes. The instructions doesn't say to drill out a pilot hole, but it's going to be way easier to get the wood screw in if we start a pilot hole. We're just going to use our swivel bracket as a template and drill our a pilot hole. Now, with our holes drilled out, we can attach our wood screws. Now we can

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Click for more info and reviews of this CE Smith Boat Trailer Parts: https://www.etrailer.com/Boat-Trailer-Parts/CE-Smith/CE27600.html Check out some similar Boat Trailer Parts options: https://www.etrailer.com/dept-pg-Boat_Trailer_Parts-sf-Guides.aspx https://www.etrailer.com Don’t forget to subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/user/etrailertv Full transcript: https://www.etrailer.com/tv-review-ce-smith-bunk-style-guide-ons-ce27600.aspx Today we'll be looking at the C.E. Smith 60 inch long bunk-style guide-ons for boat trailers. Part number CE27600. The CE Smith bunk-style guide-ons are the right on solution for loading your boat. For demonstration purposes, we have this set pulled slightly further out than our rear ones. Let's go over some features. They're going to support your boat and keep it centered while loading. They tilt to accommodate hulls of various sizes. The uprights simply clamp onto your boat's trailer frame with no drilling required. The brackets also allow you to adjust your uprights' depth so you can accommodate a variety of boat sizes. The uprights themselves are made out of a pre-galvanized sturdy steel construction, so they're going to resist rust and corrosion. The bunk boards are covered in a marine-grade carpet to help protect our boat's finish. All the hard ware you need to get these installed is included. Now let me go over 00:00:51 some features to go ahead and show you how to get it installed. As you can see, our boat already has rear guide-ons already installed. We're going to be installing some on the front, so let's go ahead and get started. Now the first step to getting our guide-ons installed, is we'll need to install the the U-bolts and the brackets here and at the back there. With our two-inch frame here, our U-bolts are going to go in an X fashion, like this. If we had a three-inch frame then we would just go like this. We're going to set them in place, like so and we'll take our bracket, it's going to go in this position, with the two long ones facing toward the boat. We're going to line up the holes, then after we have that in position we can install our hardware. We'll be putting on a flat washer, followed by a lock nut. Now keep in mind everything we do here, we're going to do on the other side of the trailer. Now, with our front one loosely installed, let's go ahead and do the back one the exact same way. Now we can grab two upright posts and insert them in the brackets. We're going to insert the short end, that's going to be the end without the holes, set them in like so. We're not going to fully tighten them down just yet. We're going to make sure that we have the correct distance between the two. Now, a good way to determine your desired length is you can grab your bunk board, bring it up to your uprights and put it in position. Obviously you don't want to exceed the length of the 60 inches and you want a little bit of overhang. I'd say that looks pretty good. You just want to make sure you have an even amount of overhang. We're going for about four inches on each side. Since we're good to go on the length between the two uprights, the next thing we need to make sure is we have the same depth on both sides. We're going to go right here before the elbow and tighten it down. It's going to be a 9/16ths socket wrench. You want to make sure and tighten these down evenly, that way it's got a nice snug fit. Now, with that one in place, let's go ahead and do the rear one. Now we'll just go right before the elbow, just as we did before, and tighten that down. Next, we can loosely install the swivel brackets on our upright post. This is going to help us line up our bunk boards. Now we've got two holes that we can mount our swivel bracket to. You just want to choose whatever works best for your application. We're going to go with the bottom one on both. I'm going to put it there, take my bolt, pass it through the other side, putting it through the hole, put on a flat washer and then a lock nut. Now, as I said before, we'll just loosely install it. I'll get my other one. Now we can grab our bunk board and mark up our brackets. Now, it's not a bad to get an extra set of hands when lining this up. That way the bunk board doesn't move on you. Now, we don't need to worry about marking out our holes because we're just going to remove the swivel brackets to install them on the bunk board. I'm just going to mark the inside edge here, just so I know where to line it up with the bunk board. I'm going to do that for each side. Now, with our swivel brackets removed, we can line them up on our bunk board where we had them positioned, and then drill out some pilot holes. The instructions doesn't say to drill out a pilot hole, but it's going to be way easier to get the wood screw in if we start a pilot hole. We're just going to use our swivel bracket as a template and drill our a pilot hole. Now, with our holes drilled out, we can attach our wood screws. Now we can

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Future house cleaner
Future house cleaner - 2 years ago
I wanna buy these to add to my trailer, I have a 16 foot deep v crestliner, I wanna add this and new boards to eliminate the some of the center rollers because in windy conditions they don’t work for crap and I can’t guide boat on at all
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etrailer.com - 2 years ago
We currently have them in stock. Check out the link below for more information.

https://www.etrailer.com/Boat-Trailer-Parts/CE-Smith/CE27600.html
Jmichael Isbell
Jmichael Isbell - 2 years ago
If I may ask, how many inches do you recommend in clearance from the roller to the hull? Also, in my application, there are two, the first towards the stern, is a plastic round long pole with LED light kit, the 2nd is like the one you are showing here--how far up towards the bow should that one be placed? I can't seem to find any recommendation as to those measurements: bunk to the hull, in inches, and same question for the bunk that is further forward up the hull towards the bow. Thanks.
etrailer.com
etrailer.com - 2 years ago
I don't really think there is a set measurement. The guide-ons, bunk and pole style, are meant as to help position the boat easily in current or windy conditions. Usually there will be at least 2 or 3 inches between the guides and the boat on each side. As far as where to position them, forward and back, you just have to choose a location that works well for your boat and trailer. You may have to make some adjustments after trying them out a couple of times.
Ray E
Ray E - 3 years ago
Tightening down from the bolt head, nice.

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