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Marine Resource 2016

Launching and retrieving has never been easier

by Sandman PR on 19 Sep 2011
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Oceanic Trailers’ Easy Loader Series has been designed for both fibreglass and plate-aluminium boats.

Built on heavy-duty galvanised frames and using only the highest-quality components, the innovative Easy Loader design provides superior support for boats ranging 4.8m to 8.6m.

Each model incorporates a central keel support system, comprising a full ladder (standard on 2000kg+ models) of durable polyurethane rollers and skid guides, supported by wobble roller banks running each side of the frame. Coupled with the U-shaped cross member, the self-centring drive-on/drive-off loading system makes launching and retrieving a breeze in most ramp conditions.

Together with Oceanic’s extra heavy-duty construction, load-share suspension ensures peace-of-mind towing in a wide range of road conditions – from comfortable freeway driving along the coast to the corrugated red dirt tracks in the Top End.

As with all Oceanic trailers, every steel component – axles, springs, U-bolts, bolts and nuts – used in the construction of the Easy Loader Series has been hot-dip galvanised or Dacromet coated for ultimate durability in Australia's harsh marine environment.



Fitted as standard with waterproof LED lights and high-impact lenses, mud flaps, heavy duty winch and swing-up jockey wheel, the Easy Loader Series comes with a three-year structural warranty. A number of options are also available including alloy wheel upgrades (13', 14' or 15', depending on model), mesh stone guards, walkways and other custom features.

Oceanic’s expertly-engineered Easy Loader Series is available through the company’s extensive national dealer network is offered at an OEM level by selected Australian boat manufacturers.

To locate your nearest dealer, visit www.oceanictrailers.com.au

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