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    Best trailer for FZS 2014? FZS SVHO is on the WAY -

    I need a trailer recommendation for my new FZS 2014, I am looking in Aluminum. The FZS should be in the Island (PR) early in March. What it is the differences between Torsion vs spring axel?, for ski with 831 lbs. Some vendor in Fl, that can ship to PR.
    I am changing my XLT 2001 2 cycle (the TONKA) never had a problem to the new SVHO, I hope was a good desicion.

    Thanks


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    Send forum member SHHR a PM he can help you with a Triton trailer.

    Torsion axles are the way to go. Much softer ride for the ski. Triton trailers are hard to beat!

    jerry


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    I have a karavan torsion trailer and I have not had a single problem.

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    Triton elite with torsion axel..
    Ive got 30k + miles on mine and love it.

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    Jerry,

    Thanks, I hope for the month of March the ECU's Reflash will ready to sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wotxxxsd View Post
    Triton Elite with torsion axle...
    The Elite model trailers from Triton all have the torsion axle, which is excellent.

    That torsion axle has the Sure-Lube system which makes it easy to keep adding fresh grease to the wheel bearings.

    And the Elite Triton models use stainless steel for all bolt hardware. This can be a huge advantage in salt water use.

    You may want to upgrade the wheels to either galvanized or aluminum instead of the stock (I think) painted steel wheels.

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    Torsion axles are typically a more durable axle and less bouncy for these applications. We see a lot of leaf springs broken on these small trailers, very rarely do you see something wrong with torsion axles.

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ID:	321821The seadoo trailer looks pretty sweet..the walk around and quick release looks awesome..not sure if the auto lock feature works on a yamaha though..be worth checking into..

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