Ensure Safe and Efficient Trailering for Your Boat
Most boats, like bass boats or pontoons, don’t require any kind of special equipment for trailering. A trailer, the right hitch, some chains, and a pull vehicle that’s powerful enough to haul it along tend to be enough. When the boats start to get bigger, though, it’s more difficult to rely on the basic equipment to get from point A to point B. In particular, that extra weight can put a lot of strain on a pull vehicle’s brakes. Most brake systems are designed to stop the weight of the car—and perhaps some additional weight, fully loaded—within a certain and safe distance. When you throw a lot of weight behind that vehicle, though, it creates an unsafe system. Trailer brakes take a lot of the pain and worry out of stopping a vehicle when it’s pulling a large and heavy boat. Working through the hitch, trailer brakes use a ceramic disc braking system on the rear wheels of the trailer. When the brake is applied in the vehicle, it also applies the trailer’s brakes, easing the forward momentum from behind. Shop boat trailer brakes from Overton's and make braking safer, smoother, and easier.
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