Downsizing from a pickup (2005 Dodge Dakota) to a subcompact hatchback (2013 Kia Soul) mandated we transport boats on a trailer. In addition, our mutual cases of OLD disease attracted us to loading at waist height in lieu of the YOUNG disease overhead loading methods of yore. After stewing over alternatives, I pounced on an EZloader bunk equipped 12 to 14 ft skiff-size trailer in galvanized steel, stripped it of unneeded pieces, and developed a simple design incorporating some not in use old style gutter mount Yakima towers, bars, hully rollers and TLC cradles. The linchpin was Yakima's Side Loaders, small tempered steel fittings intended to supplant rain gutter attachment by bolting them to a canopy, toy hauler side, or RV side. The crux was to marry the side loaders to a framework firmly attached to the trailer rails. This post details the mockup I made out of wood, epoxy and glass, and lots of UHMW polyethlene sheet in quarter inch and half inch thickness. Currently I am finished fabricating the steel versions of the mockups, and awaiting my welder's good work, before birthing the finished though ungalvanized metal product. The most demanding boat for trailering is our 1993 Current Designs Libra double (just a Libra, not the Libra XT), so it is featured in the attached photos.