What size trailer do I need to haul a snowmobile?

What size trailer do I need to haul a snowmobile?

What Size Trailer Do I Need for My Snowmobile?

Trailer Sizes No. of Snowmobiles
7 ft. x 24 ft. (80.5 in. x 288 in.) – ENCLOSED 4
8 ft. x 16 ft. (93 in. x 189 in.) – ENCLOSED 2-3 (depending on the model)
8 ft. x 18 ft. (93 in. x 213 in.) – ENCLOSED 3
8 ft. x 20 ft. (93 in. x 237 in.) – ENCLOSED 3-4 (depending on the model)

Where are Sno Pro trailers made?

central Maine
From the rugged-built 101-wide models, to the aerodynamic inline units, SnoPro trailers are manufactured to the highest standards in the industry, right here in central Maine.

How much can a snowmobile trailer haul?

My Blizzard dual-axle four-place snowmobile trailer has a GVWR of 7,000lbs (two axles at 3,500lbs each) and a dry weight of 2,500lbs, fully equipped with options. That leaves a 4,500lb payload capacity, which is more than enough….

Trailer Dry Weight: 2500
Total: 5350
Available Capacity: 7,000 – 5,350 = 1,650lbs

What kind of plywood do you use on a snowmobile trailer?

Registered. Regular exterior grade plywood with a heavy coat of oil based paint on the top. I was told to leave the bottom untreated so the water that does get in can drain out. My 8×8 Triton had 1/2″ ply and the way it slips into the sides of the trailer prevents you from easily going to a thicker wood.

Are mission snowmobile trailers any good?

The build quality is good, but honestly a bit below that of Charmac, Trails West or Mirage. But that’s reflected in their lower price as well. They won’t have all the crazy bells and whistles you can get with the others , but they’re a great trailer for the basics – light weight, tows well, has led lights , etc..