Download it here. The app is searchable in the Google Play Store under Sailboat Owners.
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Not every boat has one. I assume they were optional or added latercan anyone help point me in the right direction for some videos that show how to use the trailer toungue extension.
Looks like you or the PO welded the original sliding extension, which is what I use. I block the wheels pull a pin and creep forward pulling out the extension. Launch and retrieve extended, then block and back the extension back in to driving position, pin and off I go.Don't have a good shot of it during deployment-- but if you have stock original trailer the main receiver would have been a sliding tongue. In my pic the main extension was rusted shut so we welded it permanently and added a secondary extension offset from center.
Using it is simple-- I block the trailer, disconnect from the truck-- extend the tongue to what is typically my 6' pin -- I can go all the way to 10' if the ramp warrants (never need it), and then re-hitch to the truck. At parking lot crawl I position to the ramp fully extended and fully rigged -- launch and retrieve. Before the drive home I drop the trailer again and return the hitch to the towing receiver and home she goes.
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Have you considered a receiver extension? How to install a hitch extender - and what is the best trailer hitch extension - Bing video I did this recently on my tow vehicle and trailer rear hitch receivers to ensure my bike rack did not infringe.
Hehe. IMO it is always better to find out something is easier than expected, than to run into problems you are not prepared for.this is so easy I feel so stupid... live and learn.
yes I completely agree. not to up one you but I did once drive my car down to key west to park it for the weekend to be thw return trip car, and then go back up to Lauderdale race the key west race week feeder race then leave thw keys in Lauderdale... once so I got that going for me lol.Hehe. IMO it is always better to find out something is easier than expected, than to run into problems you are not prepared for.