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    My WC2-2 Finally Arrived

    My WC2-2 arrived finally. It came as part of the stack.
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    I like to assemble them myself so I took it home in pieces.
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    I replaced the stock tongue jack with the new Fulton F2. This is a really nice jack.
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    I mounted the fenders on the trailer

    I also checked the wheel torque to make sure it was right. It was good all the way around. This is very important for anyone who trailers anything. In my years in the marine business I have seen many lost wheels or ruined wheels and lugs because things are not tight enough.
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    I mounted the spares and checked it all over. This is by far the nicest trailer I have had.
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    NICE!
    My father and i saw a setup at the boat show, and loved it...we might upgrade after the summer to that exact one...

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    Really nice!

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    Torsion or leaf spring? Cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    Torsion or leaf spring? Cost?
    Torsion axles with sure lube hubs.
    I think they are around 2500 in the States and list for over 3k up here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOATADDICT View Post
    Torsion axles with sure lube hubs...
    Sure-Lube hubs; I added Kodiak Red-eye Bearing protectors, to maintain positive pressure on the grease seals, and ensure no water gets in via the back side spindle seals.

    It seems that the OEM bearing grease may or may not be waterproof grease. On my Triton Elite WC-1, the grease appears to be standard wheel bearing grease, not waterproof marine grease.

    Since I have the bearing protectors, which slightly pressurize the grease inside the hub, I am not going to bother changing the grease. Not until I need to take the hubs off for some reason, which I hope is a long time away!

    LED lights?

    Check all the trailer bolts and nuts for tightness.

    I found the coupler ball tension adjustment was rather loose as delivered, so I tightened the adjusting nut underneath the coupler until it JUST had enough give to close the ball latch. Much less jiggle now.

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