Friday, September 16, 2016

Sea Nymph Trailer (part 2)

After cutting, welding, sanding, and a coat of paint this is the result

 The new "jeep style" fenders fit nicely, plus give a spot to step when loading the boat in rough weather (sometimes I just can't resist when the fish are biting).
Having the jack and wheel at the front, moving the spare tire needed to be done so the jack would retract, I am hoping when tilting it will not cause trouble. (time will tell)

Image of loading the trailer in tilt mode which is nice when there is no dock or ramp.

As with the "off grid" travel trailer, we have set the Sea Nymph to be functional "off-grid"  charging the trolling batteries using solar panels, and using the electric trolling as much as possible. 

Here she is with her somewhat rebuilt trailer ready to go fishing.

Cheers Everyone

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