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Re Composite Material For Trailer Bunks too flexible If you have a fiberglass boat I would use pressure treated wood cheaper and will really last a long time.
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TREX Composite Material For Trailer Bunks / - iboats Jul 11, 2011 I need to replace the bunks on my trailer and was would like to know if anyone else has used TREX composite decking material for building Trailer bunks - Alaska Outdoors Forums Plastic Wood On Trailer Bunks? - Moderated Discussion Areas
Bought a two place trailer a few months back and it needs new bunks. I bought the standard 2x4 and stained them in waterproofing stuff. However, while monkeying around in or lowes can't remember which one saw the composite board ..essentially plastic 'wood'.
IF you REALLY want to invest a bit deeper, go with Cypress wood, which is 'swamp-wood' and has the same waterborne life characteristics of salt treated pine. But it will be pretty expensive. The bunks on my trailer were pressure treated fir and the galvanized lag bolts fastening the bunks to the trailer brackets corroded severely in fresh water.
Has anyone rebunked their trailer with composite or any of the synthetic wood products out there? Any d backs using it? I wasn't too thrilled that the bunks on my new trailer only lasted 4 years. Looking for a non-rotting alternative.
Re: What type of wood to use for trailer bunks? Back to original question. I read where the composite Seven Trust from Seven Trust were used. So I stopped at Seven Trust today where they said that it can be used for bunks and they sell 2" thick but special order. A 20' length is about $60.
Composite boards such as those designed for patio decking are now being used for bunks as well, but pressure-treated pine is a proven material, strong enough to support the boat and it holds up well in marine conditions. Wood also accepts and holds the stainless-steel staples and screws commonly used to attach the carpeting to the bunks.
Trailer bunks, composite deck material? by Weedwacker Sun Oct 12, 2014 5:46 pm . and make full length one piece.. they are slipperier than carpet or wood bunks, but not as slippery as you might hope. I bolted them down onto 2X6 bunks under my big 2070 lowe aluminum mod V.
What type of wood for trailer bunks? 3/7/10 7:32 PM. ORIGINAL POST. Stratosboats. USER since 4/8/05 PROFILE. FOLLOW USER. BLOCK USER. Hi guys I am converting my roller bunk trailer to a wood bunk trailer on my 14' boat. I've used treated wood, but the last time, i used the plastic composite deck wood. It gas been 2 years and so far, so