I thank you for all the insite. Its nice to bounce working thoughts across especially in uncharted territory.
Good point about the chopping never would consider that since all my water time has been on a motor
boat. Makes real sence to if there is air in the ballast. I guess it's hard to bled all of the air out when you go drop in the mac. I'm glad the aquarius poped up and cant wait for the summer.
For when we put it in the lake here it is less then a half mile pull and the steepest climb will be out of the launch ramp
. Thank golly for 4wd low. May consider borrowing a larger tow vehicle for the trip to the shore. I'm a nut but you don't know what everyone else will do out here especailly in a emergency
stop. Brakes or not it will not be pretty no matter how defensive I do drive.
The only reason I consided the Jeep was that the trailer has brakes. If there was no aux brake system I'd be a fool to try and stop a 4k load with a vehicle just as heavy. And the tongue weight as I mentioned shocked me as being so light less then 100 pounds I could pick it up easily. The f150 was borrowed from work and glad I snagged that since the trailer needs new wiring
. Just turn on the strobes and drive like everyone else slide into the lane change. Don't need signals here it warns people so they can speed up and not let you over.
I've done some scary tows in the past with my job. All in learning
and having to get the job done with the equiptment at hand. I'm no slouch but in all my miles I can say in a commercial
vehicle I am accident
free towards it being my fault. I still believe in the stupid should be allowed the lead paint