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Old 07-03-2021, 11:57 AM
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Heads Up! I just purchased the best boat loader ever made. " THE BULLEYE BOAT LOADER"
I talked to Chuck, the owner, and he insured me that the boat would load in 5 seconds, ten at tops and I will tell you that he was absolutely right! Maybe even faster. I have a Lund 17 foot pro sport. I purchased a set for the front and the back. Loaded perfect the first time every time. No more backing in and out. With the Bullseye it centers every time. BONUS: Super easy installation, check it out on YouTube! Great guy to deal with, Thanks Chuck
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Old 07-05-2021, 10:03 AM
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Maybe, they will be good for those launching at windy river launches, with current...but, I see no need for those anywhere around here where the launches are mostly protected.

I can do the same thing without them.
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Old 07-09-2021, 08:05 AM
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The post almost seemed like an attempt to advertise?

Most boat loader guide add ons etc, are just band aids for trailers that are of inferior design or construction, (or maybe for users that are inexperienced or just never get good at loading a boat. )
A well designed/well built trailer usually does not need such items..... Even in current or windy situations.
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Old 07-13-2021, 11:35 AM
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Heads Up! I just purchased the best boat loader ever made. " THE BULLEYE BOAT LOADER"
I talked to Chuck, the owner, and he insured me that the boat would load in 5 seconds, ten at tops and I will tell you that he was absolutely right! Maybe even faster. I have a Lund 17 foot pro sport. I purchased a set for the front and the back. Loaded perfect the first time every time. No more backing in and out. With the Bullseye it centers every time. BONUS: Super easy installation, check it out on YouTube! Great guy to deal with, Thanks Chuck
also have the drotto boat latch perfect combo
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Old 07-15-2021, 08:07 PM
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Mark G you don’t know the nuances of different manufacturers. That’s a broad statement. My Impact loads easy but even when it’s perfectly loaded, when pulling it out of the water it will drift to the side. Whether or not it’s a good or bad design one needs to correct that issue or any other that inhibits proper placement.

The Bullseye guide ons are way better than the roller style. I haven’t had the carpeted bunk style so I can’t speak from experience to them. IMO they are worth every penny if you have an issue with loading OR just trying to keep the boat perfectly centered between the fenders.
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Old 07-19-2021, 05:39 PM
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I added a set of Bullseye Loaders to my roller trailer last year. My local ramps tend to lean to one side or the other and the loaders really help to keep the boat centered on the trailer.
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Old 07-19-2021, 05:48 PM
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Mark G you donít know the nuances of different manufacturers. Thatís a broad statement. My Impact loads easy but even when itís perfectly loaded, when pulling it out of the water it will drift to the side. Whether or not itís a good or bad design one needs to correct that issue or any other that inhibits proper placement.
That's the point, if it drifts it is NOT a good design. It is apparent to me you have never loaded onto a Ranger trailer. I swear you can come @ a 90 (well maybe 60 deg.) angle and the boat will straighten out perfectly!
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Old 07-20-2021, 09:04 AM
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RF,
Glad that you have found a wonderful product that lets you load your boat perfectly.

Indeed, there are a lot of trailers out there that really do a rather miserable job of assisting in the loading process.

But, there are a very large numbers of trailers out there - that as they come from the factory do a remarkable of making a difficult cross wind, cross current load easy and perfect every time.

Simply put, you had an issue to load your trailer as it was configured.

You have now reconfigured your trailer with changes and it is now perfect.

It is great when a person has a problem and there is a product on the market to solve the problem.

Happy for you that you have a rig that now launches and loads easily and gives you a wonderful feeling with the ease and success of a great day on the water from launch to load of your rig.

Best wishes.
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Old 07-30-2021, 10:57 AM
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That's the point, if it drifts it is NOT a good design. It is apparent to me you have never loaded onto a Ranger trailer. I swear you can come @ a 90 (well maybe 60 deg.) angle and the boat will straighten out perfectly!
I agree completely. I have loaded mine in waves that are 2-4' high coming in all directions and the RangerTrail centers the boat perfectly every time. I am not certain that it is possible to not load the boat centered onto the trailer. Get the bow between the fenders and it will be centered.
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Old 08-08-2021, 11:33 PM
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I agree completely. I have loaded mine in waves that are 2-4' high coming in all directions and the RangerTrail centers the boat perfectly every time. I am not certain that it is possible to not load the boat centered onto the trailer. Get the bow between the fenders and it will be centered.
not sure which model you are talking about...My 119 loads awesome and does center easily with just the tips of the fenders sticking out ofthe water, My 621 absolutely does not load nearly as easy. It does not center itself easily,not even close because I have float it on..... My 621 has a roller to get the bow over the trailer frame up front. I have to float it on the trailer high enough to get over that roller or it just wont go. I fight it everytime..I was cussing it today.... Its a PITA. I swear my fender tops are a foot underwater when getting the 621 to lock into the bow roller. Im not new at this either...

Man does that boat fish though...
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