Boat Trailer Bunk Boards, 2" x 4" Carpeted Boards (1 pair)
Replace the old worn-out boards on your trailer with a pair of these 2 x 4 trailer bunk boards. Each board comes fully carpeted with durable marine-grade bunk carpeting that resists water absorption, dries quickly, and is weather/fade resistant. The soft carpet will protect your boat from scratches while it's on the trailer. Boards are available for shipment in 2' thru 7' lengths. Choose your desired length on the options menu.
NOTE: These may take up to 5-days to produce from the day you order as they are custom sized for each order.
- Dark charcoal marine grade bunk carpet resists mold and mildew
- Easy to clean and rinse off
- Fade-resistant/weather resistant
- Completely wraps all 4-sides of 2" x 4"
- Carpet is 11" wide
Bunk boards can be mounted flat or in an upright position to your trailers existing bunk support brackets
- Can also be used with adjustable swivel style L-Brackets.
- 2" x 4" boards are made of Douglas Fir wood
- Dimensions: 1-3/4" wide x 3-3/4" tall
- 1-Pair, (2 boards) are included
- Made in the USA by Pacific Trailers
The Bunk Boards were as advertised and fit perfectly. Very good quality.
Shipping was fast, nice bunk boards. Well built. Very pleased to have the trailer upgrade. Thank you
Ordering process was a breeze. Shipped 3 days earlier than promised during Rona situation. I could have made these myself but best to leave it up to the experts. They will last way lot longer than my diy bunks. Hopefully this explains my 5 star rating. Having trailered a boat without bunks in less than ideal conditions trust me in saying you need to not skimp on diy bunks.
Good product and excellent service.
The customer service is excellent, Quality product, I purchased some new bunk boards for my trailer and couldn’t be happier with my first purchase. I feel I have found a great company to do buisness with in the future.
Good quality product
Nice quality product
After unloading the boat into the water we moved the trailer to the parking lot to replace the bunk boards. To our surprise, the old, original boards were so rotted that we just lifted them off the trailer... The screws were not securing them at all! ... Laid the new boards over the brackets and marked the holes with a silver Sharpie... Used the silver Sharpie mark to make pilot holes on both boards... Then screwed them on.. It didn't take an hour between offloading the boat and loading back up... The new bunk boards look sturdy and well fabricated...
The product was as expected but the shipping time was longer than I expected