I have a couple questions for you wingers.
How is your boat attached to your trailer? Is it a winch and slider/roller or a floater bar deally with no winch?
My trailer seems to be the original (brand confirmed by Capps) that came with the Condor and its the original colors and has no evidence of ever being changed or modified.
Its a bitch to load tho.
Too shallow and I dont like the amount of pull/friction it takes to drag it on the trailer. Im just not a fan of reefing on bow eyes mounted to fiberglass.
Then if its too deep it wants to run the tip of the bow UNDER the winch mount.
So when I launch I put it in till about 3 inches of the top of the fender is showing. Then I have to LIFT it off of the winch mount or it will slide off and peel the rubrail off and gouge the tip of the bow as it falls down to the lake level.
When I load I have to put the trailer in even deeper and it takes two people to get it on the roller/slider. The ol lady lifts one side, while I lift and crank the handle on the other side till it is sitting on the slider/roller thingy.
This seems like a pain in the ass to me. I put new bunks on so it sits down and centers itself nice. Is this because our (NW) launces are to steep for this design of trailer? Ive tried it shallow and deep and everywhere inbetween and all ways it sucks to load.
DO I need another roller between the bunks and the winch to help start pointing it up at the proper angle to catch the winch mount next??
I DO NOT power on. I just float it on. Im not much a fan of the floater bars either so I would like to get the winch mount working proper.
Im lost. Am I doing it wrong? or have others had this problem? Any pics of your tongue/winch mount setup?