Originally Posted by That Minnesota guy
I'm confused what a boat cost that you bought matters? So what? If I buy a $50,000 boat I would expect a decent trailer be under it. If I buy a $500 boat I just hope there is air in the tires. Juls buying a big buck Ranger for her business is no different than the guy down the street buying a $100,000 machine for his machine shop. Plus, it's not our business what other people spend their money on. If somebody wants the Bullseye system they can but it. If they don't see a need they can pass.
you're missing the whole point. I could care less if she spends 150,000.00 on her boat and more power to her. I wasn't really even talking about her boat I was referring to a fitted trailer. what I was trying to say is it's much easier to load a boat on a fitted trailer than loading a boat on a standard trailer that isn't made like those types of trailers. if I power load my boat without guides on the rear of the trailer it's a 50/50 shot that it loads straight. a trailer like it doesn't need guides because it has guides built into the bunks.
and just to set the record straight I wasn't even talking about Jul's personally but talking about people in general that owns trailers made to fit the boat that's hauled on them. Jul's I'm sorry if you or any of your supporters feel I was making an attack on you for having a nice boat and trailer. i was trying to say a lot of us have trailers that need guides to keep the back of the boat straight when loading where trailers LIKE YOURS don't need guides as the bunks are laid out to load straight.
I personally support anyone that has top-of-the-line products being it boats, trucks, or whatever. I'm even happy when someone gets a bigger fish than I do. I follow Jul's and read most of her posts. she is a rare caption that will share her vast knowledge with us guys that are less forchanant.