Has anyone seen this CMC trailer guides

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Has anyone seen this CMC trailer guides

#1 Post by margaritaman » Sun Mar 31, 2013 10:35 pm

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#2 Post by Bryden24shp » Mon Apr 01, 2013 3:42 am

Now thats cool! I like the auto coupler, too!
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#3 Post by Bamaman » Mon Apr 01, 2013 5:13 am

Finally, some company used their ingenuity on a new product. For a boater that uses his boat often and always trailer, these trailer guides will be well worth it.

When I bought my new boat, I built a rack to go into my boathouse. The ends my guides are also flared but they're mounted on the outside of the toons. It centers my boat perfectly.
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#4 Post by DB_Cooper » Mon Apr 01, 2013 10:25 am

That does look like the hot ticket for loading a toon!!! Even better on a windy busy day at the ramp. That auto latch thing does look awesome also, does anyone know where you can get one of these?

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#5 Post by BobG » Mon Apr 01, 2013 10:50 am

Can somebody post up a link to these things (that's NOT youtube, or whatever the link in the first post is - I can't "see" it at work!)
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#6 Post by Bryden24shp » Mon Apr 01, 2013 10:56 am

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#7 Post by BobG » Mon Apr 01, 2013 11:11 am

Dang it!!!

YouTube is blocked here.
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#8 Post by OK Toon » Mon Apr 01, 2013 11:24 am

BobG wrote:
Dang it!!!

YouTube is blocked here.
I have that same problem for anything on Youtube or any images that people post that are actually stored at an image hosting site. I can only see the images if they upload them with their post.
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#9 Post by Woody » Mon Apr 01, 2013 12:58 pm

BobG wrote:Can somebody post up a link to these things (that's NOT youtube, or whatever the link in the first post is - I can't "see" it at work!)

All I see in the video is:

CMC Easy loader.

http://www.4c-innovations.com/

End of video says: For more info, e-mail: pontoonloader@windstream.net
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#10 Post by BobG » Mon Apr 01, 2013 1:17 pm

Woody wrote:CMC Easy loader.
http://www.4c-innovations.com/
Excellent!

I think it might make loading a tritoon a little trickier...
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#11 Post by OK Toon » Tue Apr 02, 2013 10:08 am

I contacted the company to inquire about the trailer guides. Here was the response email I got back.
We currently have a 2 week lead time.

Thank you for the interest in our patented CMC loader. The loader is constructed using unpainted heavy aluminium, and ships with all hardware. The system is designed to fit most all pontoon trailers,(24' max pontoon length), and adjustable, at any time, to fit most launch ramps. You will have to purchase 2”x4”s or 2"x6"'s and carpet for the rails, to protect your pontoon. Pricing includes free shipping. (lower 48 states only). Pricing does not include in state sales tax (KY).

The CMC Quick Loader assembly kit is designed for easy installation.

Rail kit includes;
2- nine foot rails.
2- rear uprights and frame brackets.
2- front uprights and frame brackets.
All bolts and nuts

Installation instructions and phone support. (real person).

Auto latch kit;
2-uprights and frame bracket
1-"Auto Latch"
All bolts and nuts

Installation instructions and phone support. (real person).

We will need to gather more information on your pontoon and trailer.

Price for complete CMC Loader kit (Rails and auto latch) (N/A)

Price for “Quick Loader” only. $349.00.

The "Auto Latch" is currently under going "Innovations" and will not be available until some time early summer.

Note: We do not use cheap flimsy materials.
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#12 Post by blackberg » Tue Apr 02, 2013 11:31 am

huh the pricing is not that bad.

the free shipping is awesome too, I was thinking that shipping to out here from there was going to be pricey.

All of our lakes out here have wind issues, and has made loading a pain most of the time

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#13 Post by BobG » Tue Apr 02, 2013 11:33 am

blackberg wrote:All of our lakes out here have wind issues, and has made loading a pain most of the time
I thought for a second that you were in WYOMING.
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#14 Post by blackberg » Tue Apr 02, 2013 7:18 pm

No, I'm in Southern California, all of our lakes are man made reservoirs , so they are all out in the middle of nowhere in the more arid ar which means more winds, white caps are common in the afternoons at some times during the year.

-bb

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#15 Post by BobG » Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:58 am

You know not of what you speak. Wyoming is horrible. A "Wyoming Wind Gauge" is ten feet of 1/2" chain attached to a telephone pole. If it's standing straight out, it's a "moderately windy" day. Wyoming blows more than a two dollar hooker.
2012 Tahoe 24' Fish-n-Fun Tritoon, with Mercury 115 HP 4-Stroke
"Trine SS Cape" (Trying 2S Cape)
Add a battery: viewtopic.php?t=13546&p=105893#p105893
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