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New Model Release 800 - 3.5 Ton

Andrew van Ryneveld, our dealer in South Australia and is proud to bring you our latest generation of Spitfire Boat Trailers, starting from 4.3m, and all the way up to our new 8m x 3.5 Ton tandem axle trailer. 

All our boat trailers are premium quality solutions for serious recreational boating and fishing. A genuine Spitfire Boat trailer is uncompromising on the quality and we only use anodised and hardened 6061 - T6 aluminium, and marine grade 316 stainless steel for all structure, fixtures, and fittings.
Andrew can deliver these new Models in June and is now offering some great End of Financial Year Special Deals on existing stock.


Call Andrew today in Angle Park, SA on 0450 731 952

Click below to go to our 'On Special' page.

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Evolution of the boat trailer...

The wheel has turned a full circle...

Common use of the  boat trailer is relatively new in the thousand's of years of boating history.


Generally speaking, the only people who owned private boats were those that lived on lakes or rivers.

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The Birth of the Boat Trailer

The advances of WWII saw aluminium manufactured in commercially available sheet form and this led to an explosion in small private dinghy ownership.

The Boat Trailer was commercially born and became a necessity to allow owners to transport their boats.

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The Multi Roller Trailer

The original boat trailers had Skids and boats were winched on to the trailer.

The commercial development of Fibre glass in the 1950s and 60s and improvements in injection moulding saw another stage of evolution where the Multi Roller Boat Trailer was born.

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Roller Trailers Died

Roller Trailers were seen as the ultimate, but they came with a high price and every roller needs a bracket and anybody that has owned a roller trailer knows the risk of scraping their boat's hull on a roller bracket when things go wrong.

The evolution has almost turned a full circle to the point it would be near impossible to buy a Multi Roller Trailer in most countries today.

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The Bunk Trailer

Today, with modern design, advancement in plastics, Spitfire offer the Bunk Trailer using HDPE bunks and HDPE cross member slides.

This High-density polyethylene - HDPE is known for its high strength-to-density ratio, is extremely slippery and offers the perfect cradle for a boat... be it fibre glass, wood  or aluminium.

The bunk design allows you to drive your boat on and eliminates all risk of damage to your hull from striking roller brackets.

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Perfection ... is a wonderful achievement.

HDPE bunks, unlike carpet bunks, will not cause osmosis  to your hull.


Also, HDPE, unlike rigid aluminium bunks, will gently form to your hull shape eliminating hard pressure points.


DESIGNED FOR LIFE.... BUILT FOR LIFE.

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Simple Axle Adjust for correct C of G Balance and ball weight.

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Nuts shown, are in display models only... All trailers use 316 Stainless Nylock Nuts

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Alloy Wheels

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316 CNC Machined Stainless Steel Winch

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Stainless Hydraulic Brake Cylinders

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Certification by Independent Australian Vehicle Engineers



FOR YOUR PROTECTION, OUR PROTECTION AND THE SAFETY OF THE GENERAL PUBLIC, ALL SPITFIRE TRAILER DESIGNS ARE CERTIFIED BY INDEPENDENT AUSTRALIAN VEHICLE ENGINEERS.


FURTHER ALL BRAKED BOAT TRAILERS ARE BUILT ON OUR INDEPENDENTLY CERTIFIED 3.5 TON CHASSIS.


THIS MEANS IF YOU PURCHASE A 1,120 KG TRAILER... A 1,500 KG OR A 2,000 KG TRAILER... THEY ARE ON A 3.5 TON CHASSIS.


THE ONLY DIFFERENCES ARE LIGHTER CAPACITY TYRES, WHEELS, AXLES AND COUPLING TO SUIT THE LIGHTER LOAD.


OUR OBJECTIVE AT SPITFIRE IS TO BUILD A TRAILER THAT WILL NOT BREAK, WILL NOT RUST AND BE COMPETITIVE IN PRICE WITH GALVANISED STEEL TRAILERS. 



SPITFIRE Boat trailers... A TRAILER DESIGNED TO OUTLAST YOUR BOAT.