Originally Posted by a64pilot
Seriously if you have a motor
on it and fuel tank
, that changes things, but if your really worried put two 5 gl. containers of water
But a real lightweight trailer with a pure air inflatable, might get airborne.
Thanks for the input. My old snowmobile trailer is really light with small wheels and perforated sheet metal flat bed
. I cant carry it but I certainly can flip it up on its side or end my myself.
We are full time live-aboards and cruisers and every so often we find a place to settle down for 6 months or so. When we do, I go back and get my van where ever I left it last and bring it to my new location. Then we unload the boat and the van in a min-storage bin. They are cheap
enough to rent. I thought I could put a trailer in there and when I visit the kids
, I couls just hitch it up. It would be easier on me and the dink to be trailered rather than deflated, loaded in the van, and then re-inflated again.