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AZDave
01-08-2013, 01:06 PM
I had to replace my MC trailer 3 years ago. The Pacific Trailer I bought came with 10 foot bunks. I raised that concern with the builder and was told it would be fine. Today I noticed some gelcoat spider cracks on the left side right in front of the bunk towards the bow. Just a few. My camera not showing any detail. Could this be from weight bearing down on the end of the bunks? I know a lot of lifts only have 10 footers, but don't want this to get worse. Lifting one thing, trailering another. Bunk alignment looks good. Just 2 feet shorter than OEM.

AZDave
01-10-2013, 12:27 PM
I got the trailer manufacturer to update the trailer to 12 foot bunks. Just gotta tow it to California and back.

thatsmrmastercraft
01-10-2013, 12:29 PM
Decent of them. Sounds like a road trip.:steering:

pram
01-10-2013, 12:41 PM
How far is the drive?

Ask them about reimbursing you for the materials and you doing the work yourself?

thatsmrmastercraft
01-10-2013, 12:43 PM
Are they changing locations of trailer to bunk supports or just adding longer bunks?

AZDave
01-10-2013, 01:51 PM
They are adding longer bunks. So, a new support beam ect. 1 day job, so I will wait for a nice week, and haul it 300 miles, and spend a day at the beach. I could not haul my boat to them, because my MC trailer was too far gone. I was very adamant about it fitting in the garage which may have been a factor. Nice of them to do this after 2 years! Just wish they were closer.

petermegan
01-10-2013, 04:22 PM
Sorry I didn't come across your original post, but are you sure the cracks weren't there before and/or they are from powerloading perhaps a little shallow, or a previous mishap? Surprised the hull would flex that much. Would still get the longer bunks and just my .02c. Have fun.

AZDave
01-10-2013, 05:50 PM
These started after the trailer swap. It took 2 years. By powerloading do you mean a running start into the trailer? Never did that. Just got it lined up, and slowly drove it on. Never a running start, so to speak.