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  • Trailering a 210 SANT

    I just bought my 210. There are no tie down straps from boat to trailer. Is this correct?
    It has safety chain and regular strap up front.

    Should it have rear straps of any sort?
    Thanks.


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    RAM LIN dual axle


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    • #3
      I would have two tie downs from the bottom of the swim platform, otherwise the hull is going to surely come off center when hitting bumps and become unsafe.


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        I am sure some people feel that they are necessary but I will often trailer short distances(<40 miles) without them. It highly depends on what type of road you are on. If it is bumpy you might want to get some. Not to relive the tragedy but, mine went flying off of a retaining wall without them and it stayed on the trailer.

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          • #6
            I have always used the swim platform brackets. Doubt you really need any straps as the only way it will come off the trailer is in a real bad situation, and if that bad, the boat separating from the trailer are the least of your worries.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by beamons View Post
              I am sure some people feel that they are necessary but I will often trailer short distances(<40 miles) without them. It highly depends on what type of road you are on. If it is bumpy you might want to get some. Not to relive the tragedy but, mine went flying off of a retaining wall without them and it stayed on the trailer.

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              ....but it looks like your boards came out of the racks.

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              • #8
                You can't see it but it pulled the winch stand all the way back. Somehow the whole assembly slid rather than bending or breaking. I was very lucky that most of the damage was to the trailer not the boat. It did damage the 4 hour old new rudder I had just put on it. Now it is lost time on the lake that I am bummed about.

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