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Replacing boat bunks

Discussion in 'Boating & Fishing' started by awoit, Mar 30, 2010.

  1. awoit

    awoit [OP] Well-Known Member

    Nov 28, 2007
    San Jose, CA
    08 TRD, SR5, Debadged
    URD CAI, Flowmaster super 40, Debadged, 15% Tint all around, 12" sub, amp, and upgraded kenwood headunit,
    I'm replacing the wood on my trailer that the boat sits on and need to know what wood i should use to replace it? So far only 2 types ive heard of are redwood and some type of man made composite that is resistant to rotting.. any input is appreciated :)
  2. jefferson

    jefferson needs to stop cruising Buy/Sell/Trade....

    Jul 31, 2008
    First Name:
    Sex Panther
    San Diego (North Park!), CA
    05 PreRunner SR5
    toyota brand hitch and uhaul wiring harness, fog lamps on anytime, bed lamps, map lights on with dome, day time running lamps, remove secondary air filter, painted bumper grill, Double Din touch screen stereo, Sockmonkey custom SR5 decal, door & seatbelt bells disabled, painted engine cover, installed compass/temperature overhead console, failed mod: passenger side auto down window switches, weathertech front mats, RedLine hood struts, Cheap Beep piezo buzzer locking beep, 5100s in the front set at 2.5, 5100s in the rear, AAL, hitch safe, revenge fab sliders, bed bar, prerunner light, cb wired
    redwood = $$

    go composite
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