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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors BunkEnder Kit - Pair - Black

Ironwood Pacific Outdoors BunkEnder Kit - Pair - Black
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BunkEnder Kit - Pair - Black

BunkEnders curve around the end of your bunk, providing critical protection at the point you boat first contacts your bunks when loading. BunkEnders are the most cost effective protection on the market against excessive bunk carpet wear.

Key Features:
  • Molded from slippery plastic composite to minimize friction between your boat and the trailer bunks when launching and loading your boat
  • BunkEnders fold over the end of the bunk to prevent carpet wear
  • BunkEnders are 8" long
  • BunkEnders will fit both 4" or 6" wide trailer bunks
  • Comes with stainless steel screws for mounting
  • Recommended for metal boats up to 4,000lbs and fiberglass boats up to 1,500lbs
  • Not recommended for boats with painted bottoms
  • 5 year warranty
  • Made in USA



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Ironwood Pacific Outdoors BunkEnder Kit - Pair - Black 013.6 IRONWOOD PACIFIC OUTDOORS BUNKENDER KIT 2 BLACK PADS
$12.95
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