32100G

CE Smith Keel Base Roller Assembly

CE Smith Keel Base Roller Assembly

Description

The CE Smith Keel Base Roller Assembly supports your boat's keel for easy loading and safe transport on your trailer.

Features

  • Spool Roller Supports Your Boat's Keel As It Sits On The Trailer
  • Prevents The Bow From Making Contact With Your Winch
  • Eases Loading And Unloading Of Boat
List Price
$27.99
Your Price
$22.52
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Details

t features a 4" , black rubber spool roller and a galvanized steel bracket that attaches to your trailer's tongue. 2 to 2-1/2" trailer tongue.

Features:

  • Helps to absorb road shock while boat is being trailered
  • Bracket lets you bolt roller assembly onto the tongue or frame of your boat trailer
  • Requires 7/16" fasteners (not included)
  • Sturdy, 1/8" galvanized steel bracket resists corrosion
  • Black rubber roller delivers long-lasting performance
  • Made in USA




Notable Specifications:

Specifications:

  • Roller length: 4"
  • Shaft diameter: 5/8"
  • Diameter of mounting holes (each): 7/16"
  • Spacing of mounting holes: 3" apart on center
  • Typically installed flat on the tongue of a boat trailer, this spool roller bracket assembly stabilizes the keel of the boat during trailering.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
CE Smith Keel Base Roller Assembly 32100G Keel Base Roller Assembly for 2-2.5" tongue
$22.52
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