Spitfire Aluminium Trailer's Ultimate Range is the 3rd generation of anodised brushed and hardened 6061 - T6 aluminium trailers featuring all 316 Stainless steel brackets and hardware.
Our aim at Spitfire is to offer the ultimate in quality at a competitive price.
Recommended Retail Prices above are based on capital or major city stock and may be slightly higher in regional and remote areas.
Trailers over 2,000 kg require a break away braking system and as there are different options available to suit purchasers, the above prices do not include this system.
All Spitfire products are covered by a national warranty for a minimum of 12 months from the date of purchase.
Chassis are Warranted for 24 months.
Warranty does not cover 'Off Road' use.
Warranty is transferable to subsequent purchasers and available nationally at any Spitfire outlet.
Please confirm your warranty options with your Spitfire manufacturer prior to any purchase.
Warranty is applicable to parts and labor and the warranty is transferable to subsequent purchasers within this time frame.
A condition of warranty is that the trailer can be returned to the original place of purchase, or any other Authorised Spitfire Distributor.
Warranty will not cover wear and tear items such as Brake Linings, Wheel Bearings or Seals.
Tips for safe boating and long term trailer performance;
* Repack bearings with marine bearing grease every 6 months.
* Be aware that when you submerge a hot hub into cold sea water the contraction will suck water into the hub.
* Most Spitfire Trailers come with bearing buddies as standard, ensure the grease is toped regularly.
* Some small axles do not come with bearing buddies, ensure their hub is full of grease.
* Keep lubrication up to winch cogs.
*If a Jockey Wheel becomes tight to wind, dismantle and re-grease the worm drive.
* Ensure you connect a safety chain from the winch post to the Bow Eye in case of winch failure.
* Check nuts and bolts before every trip and ensure wheel nuts are correctly tensioned.
* Ensure your boat is correctly secured from the bow eye in a backward direction to the draw bar adjustable tie down bracket. This will prevent forward momentum of the boat from the trailer in the event of a frontal collision by the towing vehicle.
* Do not use ratchet straps or over tighten turn buckles at this point as this will flex the trailer and effect the towing stability.
* Check for any damage to the chassis
* Never exceed the ATM or the Tare and Load weight.
* Ensure your load is balanced with approximately 10% of the total weight of boat and trailer is on the tow ball of the towing vehicle.
* Too much 'Ball weight' will cause steering difficulties on the towing vehicle.
* Too little 'Ball weight' will cause 'Fish Tailing' which is an extremely dangerous condition which will certainly lead to loss of steering control of your vehicle with probable deadly results.
Trailers for sale by Spitfire Trailers Australia are new trailers and manufactured entirely from new parts and materials.
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