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GENERAL TRAILER INFORMATION
Laws covering such items as trailer brakes, lights, safety
chains, etc., will vary from state to state. Please contact
The trailer must properly “match” the boat’s weight and the motor vehicle department in your state for additional
hull design. Four Winns® trailers are designed specifi-
cally for each boat model. Four Winns® trailers meet or
exceed the National Marine ManufacturersAssociation’s B. Load Carrying Capacity
The certification label shows the maximum load-carry-
Four Winns manufactures bunk type trailers. The bunks ing capacity and is located on the port forward side of
are located specifically for Four Winns® boats and ad- the trailer. The Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) is
equately support all parts of the boat. It is a “drive-on” the load-carrying capacity plus the weight of the trailer
typetrailerwhichmeanswinchingtheboatfromthewater itself. DO NOT exceed the GVWR rating for the trailer.
is not necessary.
When using or choosing a tow vehicle with the
correct GVWR, you must consider not only the
weight of the boat and trailer but also the weight
of the fuel, water, equipment, etc. Refer to
Table 1 below:
When winching the boat onto the trailer, be sure
the bunks are wet to prevent damage to the
boat or trailer. DO NOT attempt to winch the
boat forward when out of the water. Damage to
the winch stand/assembly or tongue could oc-
Four Winns offers both painted and galvanized trailers.
The painted trailer is intended to be used in fresh water
and the galvanized trailer in salt/brackish water.
Four Winns does not recommend the usage
of painted trailers for salt/brackish water con-
ditions, as trailer life may be substantially re-
Table 1: Average Equipment Weight
If selecting a trailer from another manufacturer, check
the load-carrying capacity. A trailer with a load-carrying
capacity that is too low will be unsafe on the highway
and could cause sudden failure of critical trailer compo-
nents or abnormal tire wear. A trailer with too high of a
load-carrying capacity that is sprung for heavy loads can
damage a lighter boat.
Federal law requires that the trailer and tire registration
boat registration card includes trailer registration infor-
mation. Atrailertirewarrantycardincluded in the owner’s
packet, is to be filled out and returned to the tire
DO NOT overload your trailer by placing cam-
ping gear or other heavy equipment in the boat.
DO NOT exceed the GVWR rating. Damage to
the hitch, coupler, or trailer may occur.
The warranty of the tire is administered by the
manufacturer of the tire. The manufacturer of
the tires on your trailer is Carlisle Tire. Please
call 1-800-260-7959 regarding any warranty
concerns relating to your tires.
Funship™ Owner’s Manual
|Categories||Four Winns Freedom Manuals, Four Winns Funship Manuals, Four Winns Horizon Manuals, Four Winns Manuals, Outboard Marine Corporation Manuals|
|Tags||Four Winns Funship 214, Four Winns Funship 234, Four Winns Funship 264|
|Model Year||2003, 2004, 2005|
|Document Type||Owner's Manual|
|Product Brand||Boats and Cruisers, Four Winns. For support contact your dealer at http://www.fourwinns.com/locate-dealer.aspx|
|Document File Type|
|Wikipedia's Page||Outboard Marine Corporation|
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