ROAD KING & EZ LOADERRKAV 26-28 TRBWe are a dealer for Road King and Ez Loader, both are manufacturers of aluminum & galvanized boat trailers. Load Rite's bunk system provides the most adjustability and the best support of any bunk design on the market today, thoughtfully designed with space between the front and rear bunks to accommodate sling loading.A  Adjustable vertically and horizontally, the bunks provide dramatically improved support compared to the traditional solid wood bunks.
Add aluminum wheels and you've just specified the closest thing to a custom trailer available, and all priced to fit every boater's budget.
All of our boat trailers can be made to individual specifications or ordered "off the shelf", depending on your needs. Triple-Decker Sailing Boat TrailerTriple-Decker Sailing Boat Trailer for up to three sailing boats, made to measure. Some trailers have bunks custom-made to fit the hull of a particular model, assuring good, even support.
Conversely, if you do your boating on the ocean or the Intracoastal Waterway, you should choose an aluminum trailer.
In terms of the number of axles, a single-axle trailer is cheaper to maintain than a dual-axle trailer. While you’re crouched beneath the trailer counting leaves, also make note of the trailer’s hardware. To avoid getting stuck with a poor-quality trailer, go to the end of the trailer and look at the thickness of the metal. When shopping for a trailer, you can tell a lot about them by paying attention to the details. I have a boat trailer for sale, brand new never seen a boat.17 foot galvanized boat trailer.
Road King has 2 plants to serve you, one located in the mountains of North Carolina, and one in Florida. Torsion axles and disc brakes are standard on all models except those 92" wide with leaf spring suspension.
They’re not as pretty as a steel trailer with paint that matches your boat and tow rig—think I-beam aesthetics—but as we mentioned earlier, they don’t rust. Rollers tend to make loading and offloading a bit easier, but they don’t cradle a hull like bunks do.
Boats that sit unused  on rollers for a long time—each winter, for example—can develop a “hook” in the running surface at the transom or other imperfections. Torsion-bar systems, in which a torsion bar runs inside the axle, allow for a lower ride height.


Does it have stainless Bearing Buddy caps or chintzy stamped steel caps that leak water into your bearings? When you look at aluminum, not only should you look at the thickness of the metal, but also look at the height and the width.
Probably the best way to look at a lot of different trailer brands is as easy as going to a boat show. Before choosing a used trailer you should measure the boat from the bow eye to the transom at the bottom. Usually, the trailer stays with the boat and it’s rare that a boat of that age will be junked and leave the trailer behind. If you require further details regarding the transaction data, please contact the supplier directly. Ez Loader has multiple plant locations across the US, we are serviced out of the Concord, NC plant. Like so many other products, the quality of  trailers varies widely, and if you look closely in all the right places, you can spot the differences.
Four Winns boat company, which makes its own trailers, engineers them so that the bunks align with the linear stringers to provide support in places where the boat is strongest. And as much as you spent buying a boat that goes fast, and on modifications to make it go faster, the last thing you need is a tweaked bottom.
Disc brakes offer more surface area between the friction material on the pads and the rotors than drum brakes.
The system works more efficiently than surge brakes, and is common on campers, car haulers, and utility trailers. The drawback is that the system is more costly than leaf springs, and it can hide early signs of rust. Or does it have the really slick industrial, sealed oil-bath bearings, such as those that come on Extreme Custom Trailers.
All the structural components should be more than beefy enough to haul their intended weight, with strength to spare. Sure, they won’t rust anytime soon, but they can cause problems of their own, and need to be maintained.
You’ll probably be the only one looking at trailers instead of boats, but it’s worth the effort. If you don't see the size you need most special orders can be delivered with in 10-15 business days or so.


Crucial elements—and these are all choices you must make—are materials, support systems, braking systems, suspension, construction, and hardware. Greater surface area and larger pistons equals more stopping power with less effort, and on today’s clogged freeways, that’s becoming more important.Disc brakes also flush more easily and have fewer nooks and crannies for salt water to hide.
For boat trailers, which can lead hard lives in and out of the water, the jury is still out on this choice. Yes, it seems like a lot to go through for a trailer, but the quality and details are what make for trouble-free trailering as the years wear on. These measurements should be fairly close if not you will either need to adjust the boards or the winch base on the tongue to compensate. Raw steel is a cheaper material than aluminum, but that doesn’t mean all steel trailers are cheaper than their aluminum counterparts.
Electric brakes haven’t been on boat trailers long enough for us to know their service history, and in such a case, we’d probably give the nod to surge brakes, which have a proven track record. The second measurement is the width of the boat at waterline then measure between fenders on the used trailer for fit. As a general rule, if you do all of your boating in freshwater, you can more easily get away with a steel trailer. It will rust if you leave scratches in the paint unattended, but a decent steel trailer should last the life of your boat if you maintain it properly. The tongue weight is extremely important to a safe ride and your ability to adjust the load across the fulcrum point is limited to these adjustments. Movement of axle or position of the load in relation to axle.The latter requires the winch post to be moved or the bunk supports lengthened and or shortened or both. Remember to light of a tongue weight will cause you to fishtail, too heavy can cause steering issues or a bent, tongue. Other factors include the winch strap should be leveled to the bow eye after that you still have the placement of the support underneath to the New hull to contend with also requiring adjustable brackets. Lastly is your local state DOT laws as the seller does not have to provide you with a compliant trailer that is up to the person who will now be towing it on the road.



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