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    Default Bow Catcher Rubber or Poly Blocks

    I'm putting together a parts list to make a trailer bow catcher and wondering what rubber or poly everyone is using and where to buy?

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    Ryan
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    Quote Originally Posted by rpdeines View Post
    I'm putting together a parts list to make a trailer bow catcher and wondering what rubber or poly everyone is using and where to buy?

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    Ryan
    West Marine in Anc. has a bunch of different bow roller rubbers/assemblies. They look like they'd work pretty well.

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    Looking for something a little more heavy duty as I launch off of Deep Creek.
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    What about a steel catch plate lined with uhmw?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bkmail View Post
    What about a steel catch plate lined with uhmw?
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    That's what I did. PM Pole Bender on here and ask for pics of his. I followed his design and it works great. He launches out of there all the time.
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    I'll do that. Thank you
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