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    Make sure the trailer is level, or a hair nose down. Make sure the truck is level or a hair nose down.

    Make sure you have proper tongue weight. Move ski's forward.

    I think I'm just going to add bunks to a flatbed utility trailer to hail two ski's. I'm not impressed at all with purpose built jet ski trailers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmacclel View Post
    My Trackhawk puts the trailer level and it bangs away. The Tahoe hitch us about 6" higher.
    Wifey will have her new SRT8 next week, I'll see if my wc2 does the same thing on it.

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    The trailer should NOT be nose up. How light is your trailer tongue? Tongue weight and levelness is important. If you have never had a trailer go crazy due to balance and geometry being off its hard to have a good appreciation for how important.


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