Just after a little bit of advice regarding bolts/nuts for my trailer (actually for my Jetski, but please don't think anything less of me!
My trailer took a bit of a knock the other day (stupid Cowes-Easy Cowes Chain Ferry), and as a precaution, I want to change the bolts/nuts holding everything up. It's actually a bit of an illogical design if you ask me, because fundamentally the boat is actually only "held up" on FOUR bolts that hold the roller bars.
As the old ones are somewhat rusty any, and it's almost six years old now, I guess it makes sense to change them all.
My question is, is there a specific TYPE of nut/bolt that I should be using?
I quite fancied getting a set stainless steel ones, to avoid rust problems in future, but wondered whether these would be strong enough to support the weight?
I also see High Tensile ones, Zinc ones, A2, A4... the list goes on.
Any advice or recommendations please?