27646

C.E. Smith 60" PVC Post Guide-On w/Unlighted Posts - Black

C.E. Smith 60" PVC Post Guide-On w/Unlighted Posts - Black
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60" PVC Post Guide-On w/Unlighted Posts - Black

These Post Guide-Ons allow you to see the location of your trailer when it's under water. The 2" PVC tubes make it easy to see your trailer's position when backing down the ramp.

Features:
  • Mounting hardware included
  • Sold in pairs
  • Adjusts out to 13" each side
  • Fits Frames up to 3" W x 4-1/4" H
  • 1-1/2" square, 16 gauge pre-galvanized steel uprights
  • 39" high
  • 2" schedule 40 white PVC posts (2-3/8" actual OD)
  • Stands 60" above the trailer frame with white post caps
  • Installation Instructions
  • Made in the USA

Fits trailer frames up to 3" wide x 5-1/4" tall
Note: Check with your state Department of Transportation for restrictions regarding maximum trailer width.

Pre-Galvanized Steel
Pre-galvanized steel parts are stamped from a sheet of steel after it has already been galvanized. The galvanized coating is very thin (0.45 oz. on each side).
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
C.E. Smith 60" PVC Post Guide-On w/Unlighted Posts - Black 27646 CE SMITH 60" PVC POST GUIDE ON BLACK
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