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Selecting a Boat Trailer

People who have boats have realized that they need to have the appropriate boat trailers with which to haul their boats. Just as there are a variety of types of boats of various makes and models on the market, so are there of boat trailers. There are many manufacturers of boat trailers. Boat trailers are constructed of various materials as well and come in different sizes designed to haul boats of different lengths and weights. When selecting the boat trailer that is right for your boat, there are various factors that you need to take into consideration.
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Four Boat and Boat Trailer Wintertime Maintenance Tips

Boats tend to be a summertime accessory. They're great for water skiing, tubing, fishing and much more. But what about those winter months when most people's boats don't touch the water for extended periods of time? For those who store their boats and boat trailers outside, it is of the utmost importance to make sure they are properly taken care of. If they aren't, this could lead to costly damage to either the boat itself or the trailer it's sitting on. Let's dive in and take a close look at what boat owners can do to protect their valuable boating investments.
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How Trailer Brakes and Tires Affect Your Safety

Other drivers, road hazards and the weather are beyond your control. Take steps to ensure your safety before you head out on your next adventure with your trailer. Just as pilots perform a preflight checklist before taking to the skies, it is a good idea to inspect your trailer brakes and tires well ahead of your next trip. A little planning makes all the difference when it comes to safety.
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Picking the Right Hitch Ball for Your Trailer

To select the proper hitch ball for your trailer, you first need to determine the weight of your trailer and your vehicle's towing capacity. The combination of these two specifications gives you the general class of hitch you need, and the only remaining task is shopping for your hitch ball.
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