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    I have a 2004 ramlin trailer and the wood bunk seems to have been glued to the trailer and now released over time. I dont see any holes were the bunk was bolted to the trailer, is this correct?
    Do I just clean off the rust glue it down again and if so what glue should I use?





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  • #2
    That does sound odd, most of the ones I have seen of that era have bolts countersunk under the carpet into the metal. You wouldn't be able to see them unless carpet was removed.
    Can you post a pic of what your describing?
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    • #3
      Does the trailer have bolt hole? If so I would use them. Not that the correct glue would not hold but as the wood ages I think it would be best to have a mechanical connection. The lag bolts in my bunks either fell out or became very loose over time.

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      • #4
        I can not see how one would not bolt a bunk to the trailer.... Either the bolt corroded and is gone or someone did something possibly unsafe. Otherwise the only thing holding the wood bunk on would be glue, and I would never want that. imo

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        • #5
          Agreed. There should be carriage bolts under the carpet holding the bunk down to the supports on the trailer. Pull the carpet back and you should spot them.

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          • #6
            Yep should have some type of bolts counter sunk. Had em rust and break on my 2006. I ended up drilling slightly undersized holes in the bunk and securing with some big TEK screws. Worked like a charm.

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            • #7
              Do you have the carpet removed from the bunks? I have owned lots of Ramlin trailers and never seen or heard of one where the wooden bunks were glued to the metal frame of the trailer.

              I suspect that you are looking on the bottom frame of the trailer assuming that the bunks are bolted thru the frame, they are not. They are lag screwed into the top of box frame that they sit on. When you say they are loose, you are actually seeing bolts that have either corroded or snapped off.

              Remove the carpet, remove the countersunk bolts, some if not most will snap, get some new treated 2X4's and new screw bolts. Don't try to screw into the existing trailer holes, drill new ones, add the countersink and then screw the new bolts in. My experience in redoing multiple Ramlin trailers is that they do not put enough screws into the bunks. I double the number when I put them on. Loading the trailer, especially when you power on, puts tremendous lateral force on the bunks as the boat moves forward up the trailer. This is when the bolts break and putting in extras will make the bunks much more secure.
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              • #8
                It is screwed in, just couldn’t find the holes through all the rust.
                Does it make a difference if you roll or spray the paint on?
                I was going to roll it on so there is no overspray


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                • #9
                  It will make a difference in the finish of the paint. Spraying if done right will leave a better looking final coat than rolling it on with roller. You'd still have to cut it in where the roller wouldn't fit so I'd recommend masking and taping areas you don't want overspray and then spray it. Just my .02
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