10100G

C.E. Smith Bolster Brackets

C.E. Smith Bolster Brackets

Description

The C.E. Smith Bolster Bracket helps support one bunk board on your boat trailer when used with a swivel bracket.

Features

  • Suitable For Saltwater Exposure
  • Dimpled Surface Helps Prevent The Bracket From Sliding Along The Trailer Frame
  • Bracket Installs Vertically On Your Boat Trailer's Frame With A U-Bolt
List Price
$14.99
Your Price
$4.83
In Stock

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Details

Mounting slots allow for height adjustment. Dimpled surface helps keeps bracket from sliding along trailer frame.

Features:

  • 2 Brackets are required per bunk board (additional bracket sold separately)
  • Mounting slots permit as much as 2-3/4" of height adjustment during installation
  • 11-Gauge, galvanized steel resists rust and corrosion
  • Made in the USA



Specs:

  • Quantity: 1 bracket
  • Overall dimensions: 8" tall x 2-1/2" wide
  • Mounting slot dimensions: 2-3/4" long x 1/2" wide
  • Spacing between mounting slots: 1/2"
  • Swivel bracket mounting hole diameter: 1/2"




Bolster brackets are typically mounted upright on a boat trailer's crossmembers. When used with a swivel bracket (sold separately), they allow a mounted bunk board, which is run from the front of the trailer to the back, to pivot while you are loading a boat. On kayak trailers, these brackets are mounted to the trailer's frame and support bunk boards that run across the trailer.

Galvanized Steel
Galvanized steel parts are hot-dipped in zinc after being stamped. This creates a coating that is typically 3 mil to 5 mil thick. This thick, all-around coating allows galvanized steel products to provide years of use without rusting or corroding.

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$4.83
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