Although a boat on land is about as desirable as a long
tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs, most of us find ourselves having to deal with
this event on a regular basis. There is little enjoyment in the trailering process itself,
but rather a means to an end, the perfect day of boating.
All the hype associated with the new boat purchase often over shadows the foundation work
of that primal activity of boating, "Trailering to the lake". All too often you
will see a beautiful new boat perched on a flimsy old trailer the guy must have borrowed
from uncle Joe. The truth is this guy will do more damage than good to his boat and
possibly even his tow vehicle. Worse yet, is a flimsy trailer some salesman said, would be
just fine, and saved the buyer a bunch of cash. The trailer has to fit right . There are a
few things to consider.