The CE Smith Multisport Trailer includes everything needed to trailer a personal water craft, small boat or inflatable up to twelve feet in length and ships easily to you in a 3 box kit. The kit is easily assembled in 2-3 hours with common tools. The galvanized steel frame rides on 4.80 x 8 tires mounted on galvanized wheels. The kit is supplied complete with a DOT approved lighting system.
Great for Walker Bay dinghies, inflatable boats, jon boats, aluminum skiffs, sailing dinghies smaller than a sunfish, and powerboats smaller than a 13' whaler. Turn the bunks crosswise and use for multiple kayaks and canoes. Integrate a major rack system like Thule and you can then securely transport bicycles.
The Trailer in a Box Kit may now be shipped via UPS.
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Overall Width = 54 inches
Overall length = 140 inches
Gross Capacity = 1000 lbs
Net Capacity = 800 lbs
Fits most small boats to 12' length.
5 ft adjustable carpeted bunk boards
Boat winch and stand
2 inch coupler and safety chains
Assembles in 2-3 hours.
Complete kit is packaged in three boxes totalling 207 lbs.
Trailer kit is shipped via UPS.
How much does it weigh?
Will this fit a Sunfish or Laser? If not, what do you recommend, as we have both boats.
Yes you can tow a Sunfish or a Laser with this trailer.
CE Smith Trailer in a box
This small Boat Trailer fits my 12' Runabout like a glove. The quality of the materials used is A-1.For me, the only substandard component is the wiring. Waterproof connectors should have been included.Also, I was a little taken back by the fact that following my purchase of the trailer and the withdrawal of funds from my Bank Account, Jamestown came back and withdrew another $100.00 from my account to cover Shipping in addition to the $250.00 included as part of the purchase, a very poor business practice.
CE Smith Trailer in a Box
This trailer was extremely easy to assemble with excellent fit and finish.I worry a little about the fact that there are no bolt blocks inside the main tongue to Y connection and the hitch to tongue connection.I will just monitor those and add blocks as required.I would also have preferred a 3"x3" tube for the tongue but that may be only because I am using the trailer to its upper capacity.The frame is very light so beware if your craft and/or crafts exceed a 500 pound total payload.I have set it up for a 13' - 4" cold molded outboard skiff and with a lengthened tongue it works great.The wheel and axle assembly is first cabin and I will never worry about its components as long as the parts are serviced for water infiltration.For what it is worth, I pulled the bearing covers after 6 dipping to load or unload the boat and the bearing cavities were bone dry.I installed a set of self greasing hubs and have put water infiltration out of my mind. For the price and convenience this is an excellent small craft trailer.
An excellent small trailer
I built the trailer with my 13-year old grandson. It was a fun project with a useful result.