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    Anybody added self centering keel roller to their trailer?

    MichelBeeMichelBee Member Posts: 33 ✭✭

    No matter how hard I try, I can't get my boat to sit completely centered on my trailer. It is always about 4” off center. Using guides on a deck boat is doable but you need to give yourself some wiggle room because the bow is so wide. It would be almost impossible in a strong current or wind to get between those guides.

    I have been looking at other options and latest I have found are self centering keel rollers.

    Does anybody have experience with these?

    Would they work on a deck boat with a rather flat bottom?

    Where should I install them, closer to the bow, back at the stern or both?


    Any help would be appreciated.




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