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What You Need to Know When Purchasing Your First Jet Ski Trailer

Blog | December 6th, 2018

Hitting the open water with your jet ski can be a thrill like no other. For that reason, the hobby is growing rapidly in popularity. Unfortunately, most people don’t realise that their jet ski does not come with a trailer and as such, they end up at a loss when it comes to transporting the water vehicle. Modern jet skis are hefty vehicles that require a special Jet Ski trailer in order to get from point A to point B in a safe and efficient manner. Jet Ski trailers sound like relatively simple products, but they actually require a little bit of nuance and understanding.

Important Things to Know Before Buying a Jet Ski Trailer

Since jet skis don’t typically come with their own trailers during your purchase, you have to make the education decision to buy your own trailer. Unfortunately, doing a cursory search for trailers on the internet will not be nearly enough to get you prepared to make your purchase. Let’s start our discussion by outlining several different concepts that you need to keep in mind as you sift through the different trailers available.

1) Pay attention to the body material.

One of the best ways to sort through the different trailer options that will present themselves is by focusing on the material of the trailer’s body. We tend to like aluminium trailers because aluminium is great for being around water due to its corrosion resistance. Additionally, aluminium is lightweight and durable so you know that it will be able to take a beating without breaking.

2) Match the trailer to your vehicles.

Yes, we mean ‘vehicles’ as in plural. Your Jet Ski trailer needs to be able to carry your jet ski while also being able to attach to whatever vehicle you will be hauling it with. This means that you need to know what kind of hitch mount your car or truck has as well as what your vehicle is rated to haul in terms of weight. A miscalculation at this point could end up being quite costly and problematic.

3) Decide on how many axles you need.

Fully loaded Jet Ski trailers will have two axles which makes them ideal for towing. The trailer axles are incredibly important and need to be paid mind. Look at the different options available to you and consider your own vehicle that you will be using for transportation.

4) Have a storage spot in mind.

Finally, you need to have a storage area set aside for when you are not out on the water. Your trailer needs to be properly cleaned and stored so as to prevent problematic corrosion and wear and tear.

Selecting a jet ski trailer doesn’t have to be a burden. If you get lost during your research phase, contact Sales Trailers Sydney for guidance!

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