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Guide poles - Shorelander trailer/2017 242X - looking for recommendations

Messages
10
Ratings
2
Points
18
Boat Make
Yamaha
Year
2017
Boat Model
242X E-Series
Boat Length
24
#1
Hi All,
Hoping to get some guidance/feedback on preferred options for guide poles for my trailer - unfortunately it's time to pull her out for the winter and I want to make it as easy as myself as possible. As per the thread title I have a 2017 242X with the Shorlander painted trailer - I already have the Stolz Bow roller, looking for a solution to help me align the boat on approach.....Thanks in advance!

Simon.
 
Messages
10
Ratings
2
Points
18
Boat Make
Yamaha
Year
2017
Boat Model
242X E-Series
Boat Length
24
#3
Thanks - I like the welded in brace they have - seems to be a point of difference over others I have looked at. Appreciate it!
 

Phreddei

Active Member
Messages
43
Ratings
33
Points
38
Location
Ossipee Lake NH
Boat Make
Yamaha
Year
2018
Boat Model
SX
Boat Length
19
#5
I have 65” VeVe “rookie rods” for our SX190. One of best mods done yet. Love em ! Other people watch us load trailer and ask the brand and where we bought the poles.
 
Messages
10
Ratings
2
Points
18
Boat Make
Yamaha
Year
2017
Boat Model
242X E-Series
Boat Length
24
#6
I went with the VEVE 65" poles. They are awesome. Just took the boat out of the water for winter today - first time I have ever put her on the trailer, and there was quite the cross - breeze. It was super easy. One thing I did find on installation was that the bolts were 1" too short for the Shorelander frame - just picked some up at Menards. Installation was very easy.

Thanks @tomeygun for the recommendation!
 

biffdotorg

Jet Boat Addict
Messages
709
Ratings
496 7
Points
113
Location
Dilworth, MN
Boat Make
Yamaha
Year
2011
Boat Model
Limited S
Boat Length
24
#7
I've owned both Vee Vee and CE Smith. The Vee Vee's are way stronger than any of the others. They can take a hit. And as far as length, the longer 65" are worth it when the landing happens to be a bit deeper than usual. It keeps the post above the rub rail where it should be.

Good luck!
 
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