Originally Posted by Adam and Hayley
you could well be right. The chunk of grp would imply so and if it's not loaded dead straight the I find we're off and on until its sitting correctly... much to the annoyance of others as I drive out and then reverse back in!
yes ,if you bring the back rollers much closer ,then you will drive at the centre roller and the swinging rollers will quickly pick upwards and centralising will automatically take place , another thing many people do wrong in my opinion is dunk the trailer so deep to float on ,personally i load my trailer virtually dry (dunked only to the top of the tyre wall ) this way a good winch is a must but
lining up is much easier and bearings and brakes need less or no maintainance ,i do winch manually the whole way though after leading the boat up on the painter