Thanks. We decided to use our old trailer and modify it for the New Parker 2520 xld (deep v) which we are picking up in a couple days. The trailer is a triple axel and currently has a 30ft century sport cabin on it. The century has less of a deadrise and is a couple inches wider. We want to make sure the bunks are spaced properly before putting the Parker on.
yup. But wasn’t sure at first if we were going to buy a new dual axle trailer for the Parker or try to use our existing one so we were weighing the pros/cons of each a few months ago.. I read somewhere else that 51 inches is between the inside of the back two bunks so hoping that is accurate. If not, someone please confirm. Thanks so muchThen you have experiance with a Tri-axle......LOL
Measure your LOA and then make darn sure you know where the center weight is as they can be back heavy. If its back heavy it will have to center on a trailer up to 36 feet. What you put under the boat is the most important item. Don't nickel and dime and go cheap on this.