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Stainless Steel Square Ubolt 3/8 inch x1 9/16 inch x 2 1/2 inch
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Part Number: 24343
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Stainless Steel Square Ubolt 3/8 inch x1 9/16 inch x 2 1/2 inch

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Stainless Steel U-bolt measuring 3/8"" x 1 9/16" x 2 1/2", Used to hold on various brackets and upright guides on boat trailers. Includes Stainless Steel nuts, lock washers, and flat washers.

Specs:

Finish: Stainless Steel
Thread Size:  3/8"-16 

Inside Width:1 9/16

Inside Length: 2 1/2


This Stainless Steel U Bolt is typically always used to mount Guide Poles or posts on your boat trailer to an aluminum I-Beam Frame. The common material for Guide poles would be 1 1/2" Square tubing in either aluminum or galvanized steel. These u-bolts have the perfect width and height to go around this tubing and mount up through the aluminum i beam. You would need to drill out these holes if you did not previous have these u bolts. It is ideal to use these Stainless Steel u bolts when mounting to an aluminum frame. The stainless steel material has a less damaging impact on the aluminum than a galvanized steel u bolt would. Stainless steel will not rust and last as long as you own the trailer. 


Installation Note:


Use of a lithium or graphite based lubricant is recommended during installation to prevent galling. U-bolts must be tightened using hand tools ONLY and threaded on correctly. Improper threading, use of power tools, over-tightening or tightening too fast will result in galling or sticking of the U-bolt.

 

5 Stars
works
These Ubolts were a direct replacement the parts I had. I've had them in salt/sun/weather for a few months how and they show no signs of rust - much better than the galvanized hardware I had before
Reviewed by:  from Florida. on 5/25/2018
5/5
4 Stars
Mr.
Works great on securing trailer guide poles for your boat. Had to use a mallet to adjust end very slightly to fit old Ubolt holes in trailer.
Reviewed by:  from Virginia . on 11/9/2017
4/5

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