Anyone here have the Right On trailer? What is your opinion on it? Can you take a couple of pictures and measurements for me?
Well obviously to each his own, but when you are traveling to a lot of regattas it makes life soooo much easier. I don’t need to have a friend or my wife come to the yacht club to help get my boat on the trailer to head to the regatta, or have them help me unload when I get home. A Kittyhawk or Trailex version of a Kittyhawk work differently but also allow singlehanded loading. I think that’s why these trailers are so popular. For some reason Laser racers really like them while not nearly as many Sunfish racers use them.I'll be honest, they don't seem worth it for that kind of money. I haven't used or even seen one, so take my opinion with a grain of salt.
If you get a cockpit holder for the spars, all three will fit in above the deck. From there you can strap the boat down to the trailer along with the poles without them rubbing on the deck.Hi Tom, how did you carry the mast for the laser? is there a way to attach a pvc tube to the trailer to store the masts?
None with my trailer. Just keep your bearings lubricated. I would recommend some Bearing Buddies.The Right On seems to have smaller diameter wheels than other trailers. Any issues with traveling loinger distances with these?