Trailers have different classifications of axles. Single axles that have one set of wheels, tandem axles that have four wheels and triple axles that have six wheels. Depending on the size and weight of the boat, we will determine if a single axle, tandem axle or triple axle trailer is the best choice for your boat.
Single axle trailers are easier to handle due to their smaller and lighter size and weight, they are more fuel efficient and the turning radius will be easier to handle.
They also have a simpler structure to maintain because they only have one set of wheels. However, sometimes these tires will wear out faster because they must support more weight on less tires.
Tandem and Triple Axle
Tandem Axle and Triple axle trailers include the sets of tires in close proximity to each other to help disperse load weight. This allows the trailer to accept heavier loads, up to three times more than a single axle can carry, which means more loading and carrying capacity.
Additionally, Tandem and Triple Axle trailers allow for greater stability at faster road speeds. Which reduces the experience of bouncing or swaying. With these, your get higher payload, faster speeds and stability.
If you require personalized advice on the boat trailer that fits your needs and your boat contact us.
At BAD 2D BONE TRAILERS we design and assemble the boat trailer according to your needs.
Florida, United States.