Originally Posted by Nolandandallsea
I thought I read somewhere that the bunks should sit in the groove of where the floor meets the tubes but I'm new to this and wasn't sure!
I believe the recommended way for supporting a traditional SIB with a solid floor is as Jyasaki describes. The reason for that is... the bunks then support the edge of the internal floor which is heavy. My own SIB is supported this way and the boat is 10 years old and been towed thousands of miles with no issues at all. The boat must weight close to 150kg with the amount of junk I carry in it.. but I donít trailer with the engine on the SIB so dont support the transom..the bunk is around 6" short
Sorry... but I have no idea how an aerotec should be supported though.. its a different boat entirely from a solid floored SIB. There is no heave floor edge to rest on the bunks.
As Chipko says... its a VERY nice trailer ..im sure it is well up to the job..regardless how the boat is supported.