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Posted by Fshn Cpa
3/16/2022 10:57 AM
Need to replace the bunks on my 20 ft Stratos trailer. Any recommendations?
Posted by bassnbuck
3/16/2022 2:34 PM
Its easy. Measure board length, buy boards and carpet from Lowes, staple carpet to boards, dump and dock boat, remove old boards, and install new boards. Nothin to it.
Posted by Aries 181
3/17/2022 3:06 AM
You can buy the materials and install yourself a whole lot cheaper than paying to have it done. I've done it on two different trailers.

Posted by 31airborne
3/17/2022 6:51 AM
+1. Have done this before. It's very easy.
Posted by FishingwithRusty
3/17/2022 9:56 AM
i prefer to use treated lumber for the bunks and i glue(contact cement) the carpet to the bunks AND staple it. its not hard, just park your boat off tot he side on the dock and pull up out of the way at the ramp and have at it. a good cordless screw gun with the bit for a socket will make quick work of driving the lag bolts
Posted by Strato-G
3/17/2022 12:10 PM
Vince, look up Gatorbak bunk materials……Their # is 910-474- 3153….speak with John, I have delt with them, great representation, & I believe far superior material over carpet….call John and discuss with him…good people…
Posted by Fshn Cpa
3/18/2022 11:47 AM
Thanks for all the suggestions.
Posted by Rhino
4/12/2022 4:01 PM
I chose ultimate bunk boards and couldn’t be happier. They’re out of Jefferson Georgia.
Posted by dtw2
4/12/2022 9:45 PM
there was a place in ring gold ga but cant remember the name, they made the bunks pretty cheap any color any length
Posted by Fshn Cpa
4/13/2022 11:34 AM
Bought new bunks from Tennessee Trailer. They installed them, replaced my safety chains and used new hardware. You have to work with them as they don't usually do repairs for other trailers. They did a great job.
Posted by Pacacraw
7/10/2022 4:14 PM
Thanks. I will have to give them a call. I am needing to replace some bunk boards also.
Posted by digitalcb
7/21/2022 1:48 PM
 I just use real heavy plastic ties and scraps of wood and patch 'em together.
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