Sailboat Trailer Parts question
I am bringing back an old sailboat trailer and I am buying a new coupling (the part that attatches the trailer to the ball) and a new jack. Their are many different parts to choose from that range from different capacity levels and I am not sure about the capacities of my trailer and boat.
The boat is a South Coast 22 with a displacement of 1800 lbs, so probably 2000 lbs to be safe.
I can get a toungue coupling that is rated for 3500 lbs or 5000 lbs.
I can get a winch rated for 1600 or 1800 lbs.
And a jack for around 1200 or 1500 lbs.
If these are to much or to little, I can get different ones, these are just what I guessed may work.
Does anyone have a good idea of what I should go with. I don't want to spend to much that is why I would like to know what would be safe.
Small is beautiful, simple, cheap, and easy......
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