So, the trailer that came with the blue Advantage, needs to be rebunked. Not just the wood replaced, but all the brackets need to be cut off and re adjusted.
It was sugjested to cut them off flush and move them over and reweld, however the trailer once belonged to another boat with a totaly dfferent botom and all the brackets are at the wrong angles and spacing.
I have purchased the 3/16" steel plate, cut them to width and have bent the shelf angle. the brackets are ready to go.
What I need is to hear any tips and tricks for setting up the bunk brackets to the boat, at the right angles and spacings. The brackets are weld on with the exception of the the center brackets that have a slot and bolt for adjustment.
I have the boat blocked up on the trailer , centerd and level, side to side and a little nose high attitude, with the trailer and have started cutting off the old brackets.
How should the boat sit on the trailer? With the trailer level, Should it sit with a little nose high attitude? To Me ,the way a boat sits on its trailer is just as important as how it looks in the water.
I have searched high and low but have not really found any info on the subject. It would be really cool to hear how a trailer company goes about it. Maybe River Dad will chime in.