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Thread: Boat trailering problem
10-05-2008, 09:49 AM #11
Re: Boat trailering problem
Nose not going over the front roller can mean the trailer is too deep.
You may not have to go quite as deep to load a boat as you do to lauch it.
I back down until the the top of the trailer tire is about 3" above the water surface. * I have found this to be a good starting point if loading an unfamiliar boat or at an unfamiliar ramp. * *
When loading at Decker, stay to the left, that is, the side closer to the power plant, the west side, when looking at it from the parking lot. * It seems to me that right side is steeper and I have watched folks smoke their tires trying to pull a big boat in on the right side of that ramp.
10-06-2008, 07:45 AM #12
Re: Boat trailering problemOriginally Posted by 6F4C5E5E795F4C4E46485F2D0
Hey now I helped Lance ;D
Just kidding, I am glad we were able to find the right way to get it on there.
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