Posted by tinmy2014
If your boat trailer frequently bottoms out, the trailer’s leaf springs may be due for replacement. Over time, the leaf springs may loose their ductility from repeatedly absorbing the up and down motion from your boat’s weight. The springs may also rust from fresh- or saltwater corrosion, compounding the wear and tear. Upgrade your leaf springs to improve your trailer’s handling, smooth bumpy travel and minimize damage to your boat.
Lower the trailer’s tongue jack stand to stabilize the front end. Jack the rear of the trailer, placing a jack stand under the side on which you’ll be working. Place blocks under the front of the trailer for ad
Posted: 9:49 pm, August 31st, 2014 in New York City
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