Modular Personalisation.
We are all different and all operate in different conditions.
While a professional crabber of fisherman might be able to load his boat on the trailer in the dark with a 20 Knot cross wind and a tide running out at 10 knots... some of us are not so experienced... and experience is not the only factor in deciding what type of trailer you need for your area.
Many areas have a height difference in tide of 8 metres... many areas have shallow boat ramps and some steep.  Boaties have plate boats, fibreglass boats and every different owner may require or just want a different combination on their boat trailer.
For this reason the Ultimate Range has been designed in Modular form so that you can customise your trailer to your personal needs.
Centre keel rollers.... do you really need them ?
Before you opt for the centre keel roller option,  you might consider that the Ultimate Range of trailer chassis has possibly the  lowest available cradle height of around 350- 375 mm.
This can put an extra 100 to 150 mm of water  under your boat at the ramp... that is a lot of buoyancy.
Cross Members can be capped with a heavy duty PE for aluminium boats and a soft, but still slippery  PU for fibreglass hull protection and the design gives total protection on loading.
Build your own trailer.
You can customise your trailer to suit your boat, your environment, your experience and budget.
4 Bunks... 6 bunks... add Keel Rollers.... or 8 Bunks... High Poles or low... even centring easy loader cross members.
In all and every case your Spitfire Ultimate Model will give you the ultimate protection on re-loading.
Spitfire bunks automatically adjust between 15 to 25 degrees to fit all hulls from a shallow lake boat or a Deep V offshore rig.
The Ultimate range is now in production and will be available through Spitfire Distributors in 2018. You can register your interest or place orders by contacting your Local Spitfire Distributor.
* Spitfire Trailers offer a national price and warranty service to all customers, however in some remote areas, the price may differ slightly due to transport cost.