Pontoon Trailer Guide Ons
Set of 4 trailer guide posts with mounting hardware.
Trailer guides to help you load your pontoon boat in rough waters.
Will mount to pontoon trailers with frames ethier 2"x3" or 2"x"4".
- Sold as a set of 4 guide posts with mounting hardware.
- Carpeted bunk protects your pontoon tubes during loading.
- 26" overall height of each load guide post (4 per order).
- Load your pontoon then install guides 2-3" way from tubes.
- Mounting hardware is included.
- Powder coated black steel with black carpeted bunks.
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How good are these in deeper water ramps? What if the back one is under water?
These ponton guides will work just fine in deeper water. Even if the pontoon guides are almost fully sumerged they should still help quide your boat on to your pontoon trailer.
How close to the pontoons do you install the guides? Do you leave a little room, or do you place these up against the pontoons?
Trailer pontoon guide ons should be mounted 2" to 4" form your pontoon tube.
My trailer is 1.5" x 3" channel. do you think they might work if I put a spacer to bring the width up to 2"?
Yes, it would work but could also weaken the connection between your boat trailer and the trailer guide on. I would keep this in mind as you add a spacer. In winding and rough conditions you will want the load guide to be strong as possible.
Looking at the picture with the two trailer guides mounted one behind the other, I'm confused. Why do you have the more up write one behind the slanted one? Don't see the purpose. Does it go on the front of the trailer?
The picutre you are referring to is showing the diffrence between the two type of load guides we offer. The slanted one is for a regular pontoon boats with 2 toons. The one that is completely vertical is the load guide for tri-toons. I'm sorry for the confussion but we are still in the process of updating this page.
I have a Tritoon. The picture I have only shows 1 guide on the rear cross bar. I have all 4 guides - identical. So I mount them to the 2 rear most cross bars - correct?
Yes. That is correct. You will want to spread them out evenly. This will allow for the best help while using th Pontoon Trailer Guide Ons.
I have a 2016 Bennington 24 SSRX Tri-Toon with lifting Stakes, which type of guides do you recommend ? The web site only shows Standard Pontoon Guides. Where do I find the completely Vertical ones you mentioned in the questions and answer section for Tri-Toons.
We have tested the Standard Pontoon Trailer Guide Ons and it appears that the Standard ones work just as well with the Tri-Toons.