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    V-Tec, 4-Tech that's how I roll meirvin's Avatar
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    Downsized from a double to a single

    well I am gonna start towing with a car so I downsized from a double to a triton single, just spent all day polishing and cleaning then setting up to fit my ski, then grafics whew! Im wore out. should tow great with the torsion axles
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    Looks great Mike. Those Tritons are some super nice trailers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Looks great Mike. Those Tritons are some super nice trailers.
    I agree. What I like about them is that everything unplugs. If you need to change a taillight you just unplug it and plug a new one in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedskixp View Post
    ...If you need to change a taillight you just unplug it and plug a new one in.
    I have two Triton PWC trailers.

    Check all the light connections for tightness. Often one or more connections are not snug enough, right from the factory. Gently squeeze the sockets tighter where needed.

    Also, look at where the wires run through holes inside the frame rails. Sometimes the inside edges of the holes are sharp, and can abrade or cut into the wiring over time.

    If you haven't already, installing a set of high quality LED lights is a great upgrade. Don't forget the white plate lamp

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    V-Tec, 4-Tech that's how I roll meirvin's Avatar
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    Thanks for the tips. Trying to research this sure lube system is there suppose to be a 1/4 inch hole in the torsion arm that old grease squirts out of when pumping new in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Looks great Mike. Those Tritons are some super nice trailers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meirvin View Post
    ...Trying to research this sure lube system is there suppose to be a 1/4 inch hole in the torsion arm that old grease squirts out of when pumping new in?
    Yes, as new grease is pumped in, the old grease exits through that hole on the inside face of the torsion arm.

    Make sure those holes are clear. On my Triton Elite WC2, one of the holes was partially plugged, and needed minor drilling out.

    I installed Kodiak Red-Eye bearing protectors in place of the stock grease fitting caps. Similar to Bearing Buddies (but I think the Kodiak are a better design), the Red-Eyes maintain a slight positive pressure on the grease inside, so that water cannot work its way past the bearing seals. There is a visual indicator when more grease needs to be added, which is not very often.

    I also put dust caps over the Red-Eyes to keep them clean - works fairly well for me.

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    ok I guess Im good to go, just got to remember to put some newspaper down i guess

    Thanks

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    I would love to find one of those trailers used, for a decent price.. I like that low-slung look, not to mention the low center of gravity..

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    very nice trailerlookin good bro

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