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Trailer St Tropez Help

Anything related to the operation of your boat. Steering, Bilge Pumps, thru-hulls, bottom paint, etc.

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Trailer St Tropez Help

Postby Stang » Tue May 07, 2019 12:20 pm

I just purchased a 1986 St Tropez that does not include a trailer. Is there anyone with towing experience on these boat have any advice? Looking for any info on where it should sit on a trailer like how far the back of the boat should be past the back axle of the trailer to have enough tongue weight.

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Re: Trailer St Tropez Help

Postby Billm » Tue May 07, 2019 10:10 pm

No, you won’t be trailering this boat to the lake yourself. It has a 12’ beam and requires a special hauling permit. Like any big boat, it needs to be moved over the road by a professional boat hauler. Mine is moved by a tractor with a hydraulic trailer.

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