Originally Posted by Avatard
Sure keeps the costs down that way
Plus there should be no pressure points under the tubes when traveling and
the tubes will sit flat on the wood bunks = more friction = more secure transport.
I can help you justify anything!
I have an angle iron frame car hauler trailer. I used to partially deflate my rafts and drop them inside the side rails.
Last year, I added a 3" round steel roller (chain link fence corner post).
This year, I'm going for 2x10 bunks at the top of the siderail. I'll use 1.25" EMT conduit to span between the sides and use ubolts to tie the 2x10's down to the EMT.