Thread: Trailer Height
03-29-2007, 10:13 AM #1
Is the heigth of a trailer more of a problem with loading or towing? Building a custom trailer and need some input. Drop axle is a possibility.
03-29-2007, 10:49 AM #2
The biggest problem with a trailer that is high is the added water depth needed to launch and retreive the ski. Some ramps might be a problem, others won't be. PWC trailers usually have short tounges. With a high trailer and a shallow ramp, you might have to dunk the tow vehicle to launch. I can see no negatives with a low trailer (within reason). Drop frames and axles also lower the center of gravity when towing.
03-29-2007, 11:35 AM #3
Shown with accessories, see dealer for details!
The LT WCI trailer in the LT series has been the best selling single place PWC trailer model offered by Triton Trailers! If you are looking for strength and exceptional value, the LT series aluminum trailers have it!
The LT WCI featuresa cradle type frame designed to allow for easier launching in shallow conditions and a low center of gravity for better towability!
LT STANDARD FEATURES:
- Fully adjustable bunks
- Adjustable Quickslide™ bow post
- Tough molded plastic fenders
- Heavy-duty spring axles
- 60” fully carpeted bunks
- Sealed lights with rubber grommeted mounts
- Protective molded keel guards
- Sure Lube grease system
- Non-marring bow rollers
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This is the one that I got with my ski. I only have to pull about 50 yds to launch, but it pulled great coming home from the dealer.
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