An inflatable boat trailer is a type of tool designed for trailering and boat towing.
Different types of inflatable boat trailer and their features
The inflatable raft trailer is built with a fully-welded, hot-dipped galvanized chassis for maximum strength and durability. The handles are adjustable in height and width and covered with soft rugs to provide maximum hull support. A folding trailer for an inflatable boat is equipped with an adjustable jockey wheel, which puts less strain on the puller's back and allows easy movement. The inflatable dinghy trailer is equipped with a lighting board bar, providing an easy removal system to quickly get the boat from a road to a water surface. RIB boat trailers are made with a fully-welded and hot-dipped galvanized chassis for maximum strength and durability. DIY inflatable boat trailer has trailer wheels and sliders, which can be adjusted if the boat is still-shifting and not stable on the trailer so that the balance of the ship's weight can be checked accordingly. This is very important as the ship's weight balance problem will cause the tilt of the trailer. The zodiac boat trailer has a pair of spring suspension systems that can accommodate up to 1090 lbs. of weight. 10 ft. inflatable boat trailer is built from heavy-duty materials to resist corrosion. It is equipped with a telescopic towing bar that has an adjustable length capacity to take in more yachts or inflatable boats. The rigid inflatable boat trailer is installed with a pair of galvanized rims for maximum strength and durability. An inflatable boat trailer with a pad includes a keeled roll, double-sided rollers, and plastic-covered D-rings to the crossbar, which makes the trailer lighter and easier to use.
How to connect an inflatable boat trailer to a car
First, Lift the front of the trailer with the trailer front link put into the rear tow bar of the car. The side of the link rod is then pulled up for the linker to move down and close the rear ball bar of the trailer. Remove the connecting rod and the coupling. After connecting the trailer to the car, do not forget to use the type D safety chain that is in front of the trailer tied to the car to prevent the trailer from losing control if the trailer link is loose. Before dragging the trailer, make sure all movable objects are fixed.