I just recently installed an aftermarket Taco Rub rail. Very pleased with the finished product. It was not very difficult to install. All in all took about 4 hrs. This was a 50' kit that came with all needed accessories (not really). I had to purchase additional ss screws because the kit was short 60 screws (maybe they only figured you would use every other pre-drilled hole?). I clamped the track portion of the kit in place and screwed it from stbd/aft around to prt aft, keeping track tight as I went. I have a SCWX22 and the 50' kit covered nearly the entire two sides and bow of the boat (about 8" from stern on both sides). Once the track was installed, I used my hand and a screw driver to work the c-channel bumper in the track all the way around using soapy water and a rubber mallet on areas where it was stubborn. The kit came with some pretty weak plastic end caps that did not really even fit. I supplemented them w/ the SS caps offered by Taco ($70, but well worth it). I definitely recommend this product so far 3 months after installation.