Are ShoreLand R trailers galvanized?

Are ShoreLand R trailers galvanized?

Since Aluminum has more flex than steel, our ShoreLand’r aluminum trailers feature galvanized steel parts in key areas to maximize the frame strength.

Where is ShoreLand R trailers made?

Iowa
All ShoreStation and ShoreLand’r products are built in Midwest Industries’ state-of-the- art Ida Grove, Iowa, facility.

What is the weight of a ShoreLand R trailer?

Boat with fuel and battery 2,000 lbs.
Trailer 900 lbs.
Total Weight 3,400 lbs.
Single Axle Figure x 6%
Tongue Weight 204 lbs.

How do I identify my Shorelander trailer?

You should find two decals, one behind the tongue on the left side of the inside of the frame – the second by the right taillight on the outside of the side frame. This is a 17 digit number that begins with 1MD signifying that it is a ShoreLand’r manufactured by Midwest Industries, Inc.

How much does a Shorelander trailer cost?

2022 Shoreland’r 17′-20′ Tandem Axle Boat Trailer • $6,799.

Who makes the trailers for Lund Boats?

JB Lund Trailer – JB Lund Dock and Lift.

What happens to boat trailers with too little tongue weight?

Every trailer owner needs to know the weight of the trailer tongue on the hitch. Too little tongue weight leads to swaying and fish-tailing at highway speeds. Too much and the tow vehicle can become difficult to steer. Your tongue weight should be 7-10 percent of the total trailer weight.

What is the correct tongue weight for a boat trailer?

5 percent to 7 percent
The recommended trailer tongue weight for boat trailers falls within a range of 5 percent to 7 percent of the total weight of trailer, boat, motor, fuel and gear. Single axel models perform best at 6 percent while dual axel trailers perform best at 5 percent.

How can you tell what year a trailer is by the VIN?

The 10th character in the 17-character VIN represents the vehicle model-year. This standard applies to vehicles built in or after 1981. Before 1981, the VIN format was not standardized and varied by manufacturer.

Do bunk trailers need keel rollers?

To launch or retrieve your boat with bunks, your trailer will need to be submerged so your boat can float off and on. Tip: If your trailer doesn’t already have one, we recommend installing a keel roller at the front of your trailer to help guide the boat’s bow for easier loading.

Why choose Shoreland’R roller trailers?

That’s precisely why ShoreLand’r trailers have an innovative support system, engineered to take the hassle out of launching and loading. ShoreLand’r roller trailers offer the best performance at the ramp.

What is the product category for shorelandr boat trailers?

Specifications Model: advanced search Product: ShoreLand’r Boat TrailersShoreLand’r PWC TrailersShoreLand’r Utility/Powersports Category: Regular seriesPWC Year: 2013 Sort by Time CreatedTime Last ModifiedVendorProductCategoryYearTypeModelin ascendingdescendingorder

What is included in the Shoreland’R warranty?

To protect you in the unlikely event of a breakdown, all ShoreLand’r trailers come with a FREE 90-day BoatU.S. Membership. It features over 26 benefits, including Trailer Assist and Tow and on-the-water towing services. For added peace of mind, our 5-year Plus Limited Warranty includes a 1-Year, Tongue-to-Taillight Warranty.

What is the best roller trailer for a boat launch?

Roller ShoreLand’r roller trailers offer the best performance at the ramp. Their easy Roll-on, Roll-off Design offer very stress-free drive-on, drive-off launching and loading. The specially designed rollers work with the patented EquiLoad system providing more degrees of freedom and the ultimate in boat hull support.