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    Good morning, K447 - man, you are quick on the draw, haha!

    I may wind up going with those pads but I think first I am going to try using the thicker RP-434’s (unless there is something I am overlooking (always a likelihood!)

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    Since we are talking about upgrades of Triton trailers, this might be of interest.
    Adding a modified Stoltz keel roller as a guide for the winch strap.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...=1#post3145460



    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...=1#post2995597

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post


    Not a Triton, but I did add a keel roller to a friend’s single trailer a few years back.

    I don’t think it would be necessary on your Triton once the adjustable rail is shifted forward.
    An alternative method of keeping the hull away from the rear end of the tongue rail.

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthre...=1#post2995602

    For completeness I will mention that the Triton slide rail supporting the winch tower is itself adjustable.

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    Oh man, this thread just keeping better and better … heading back to EasternMarine.com while my credit card is still warm, haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluconnect View Post
    My fix for the step issue. No more damage and even helps to guide the WR. Used a spade bit to drill a bolt head counter sink area. There is also a few 1/2" bolt flat washers between the top of the step and the inside bottom of the bell end. The washers help to provide a solid support area for the 1/2" top washer and bolt head. Did not want to see the head of the bolt pull through.

    Blueconnect, just curious but, what did you use to / how did you securely hold the roller as you used the spade bit to create the countersink?

    I have a vise that will open that wide but, I am assuming that will “deform” the soft material and prevent a perfectly round circle?


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