Fulton Boat Guide Review - etrailer.com
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Click for more info and reviews of this Fulton Boat Trailer Parts: https://www.etrailer.com/Boat-Trailer-Parts/Fulton/FBGR200101.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-fulton-boat-guide-fbgr200101.aspx Today we are going to be taking a look at the Fulton boat roller guide-ons, part number FBGR200101. Visually guide you boat onto your trailer with Fulton's easy to use boat roller guide-ons. It features durable long lasting cushion rollers to help guide your boat onto your trailer. It's made out of a galvanized steel construction and the included hardware is zinc plated so its going to resist rust and corrosion. It has a horizontal height of sixteen inches. Now that we have gone over some of the features we will go ahead and show you how to get it installed. So the first thing we need to do is go ahead and grab our mounting tube. Which is going to be this tight here and we are going to put a self taping screw here at the lower hole and right here on the other side. So what we are going to do is take a self taping screw and then we are going to take a lock washer and put it on over it and then screw that down. Now lets grab our carpeted roller we'll set that on over the post and then we are going to take our Fulton cap and we are going to align the holes on the cap along with the holes on the post. Then we are just going to push that in place, and then we'll just take two more self taping screws and run those through. So same thing as before take the self taping screw put the lock washer on. Now the next thing we need to do is pick our desired location for where we want it on our frame. We are going to go with right here in front of our cross-member. This is going to give us more rigidity. So then we'll take our saddle clamps and one of our U-bolts and we are going to start by running those down through. Get those set up. Then we'll take our post, we'll set it on our frame and we'll take our U-bolt and our saddle clamp and position one on the backside and then one on this side. Now that we've got it positioned up there we can grab the bottom portion of our bracket. It's got four holes, so use whatever works best for your application. So we're going to use the first hole for sure. We're going to go up underneath and get it on there. Then we'll take an extra set of hands to hold that in place. We'll take our lock washer run that on, followed by our nut. Get that started and we'll do the same for the backside. Now keep in mind everything we do here we are just going repeat the same step on the other side of the trailer. Now with that side being done let's go ahead and take the other portion of our bracket. Now we can go ahead and snug up our brackets, but first you can see this is adjustable so just go ahead and set it up to wherever works best for your boat. We are going to set ours right about right there. You want to make sure that your brackets are set even underneath your frame as you see here. All right now that those are nice and snug we can go ahead and torque those down according to our instructions. Now last thing, let's go ahead and put on our end cap on the inside here. And that is going to complete look at the Fulton boat roller guide-ons, part number FBGR200101.