FINCHASER Posted October 5, 2020 Report Share Posted October 5, 2020 Think Ive seen a few mention this on here already.... anyone dealt with it yet? My boat is 6 months old and Ive already got significant grooving in the gel (pic does it no justice).... If I dont get this dealt with its liable to be wore thru the gel in another 6 mos. Even the carpet has worn out on the bunks.... I notice the inside of the bunks are contoured presumably to alleviate any high friction spots so wondering if that is just not quite enough contouring. I think if they are contoured to just past where the carpet has worn thru both issues would be resolved..... thoughts?? Im going to email ameritrail and see what they say. I did speak to the dealer and he suggested I wasnt backing down for enough.... I back down until the most forward cross member is just under water I discussed my disagreement with that as Ive had it deeper when I was going thru the learning proccess on where to back it and you end up with the boat crooked on the trailer because its floating and there is no control on where it settles when hauled out, Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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