The MPG462G2 MicroSport Trailer Package was designed to safely transport four kayaks, each up to 19 feet long, over conditions ranging from a high speed interstate to an off-payment camp road. Great for taking the whole family kayaking or putting together a weekend long trip with friends. Each trailer includes 78 in. wide loadbars that provide the extra room required to fit the carriers. Each kit includes a standard 8 ft. reinforced tongue with 2 in. hitch, D.O.T. approved lighting and bearings, pre-wired electrical system, pre-fitted chassis components, 12 in. slotted wheels, spare tire with locking attachment and four sets of the top rated MPG117MD J-Pro2 kayak carriers.
|Length:||13 ft 3 in / 4.04 m|
|Width:||78 in / 198.12 cm|
|Weight:||285 lb / 129.27 kg|
|Capacity:||355 lb / 161.03 kg|
|Material:||Galvanized Steel, Cross Bars - Aluminum|
Great little trailer. Pulls very smooth and easy. Makes loading your boats a breeze. Would have given it 5 system could be improved....which I did myself at a small cost. I'm an older guy and my first trip with this trailer was so much better than throwing boats onto racks on top of my truck.
this is a good trailer. It's got a few flaws in the design, but with a little extra work can be a lot better. First off, throw away the electrical connectors and get out the soldering iron and some heat shrink. I also put some plastic wiring harness cover over the exposed wiring. second, the trailer is galvanized BEFORE the pieces are cut. get yourself some spray cold galvanize paint (zinc) at the hardware store and spray all the edges of the parts before assembly. the trailer frame is C channel. this means when you tighten down the upright supports that hold the cross bars you are going to get some flex in the trailer. I cut some pipe to fit inside the channel and put the u-bolts through these as spacers so the open side if the channel can't compress and flex. this really stiffened up the entire assembly. I also replaced the bolts on the J carriers with longer bolts and double nutted them to make them more difficult to remove from the crossbars, because anyone could just unscrew the carriers and make off with them while your out paddling. I'm very happy with the trailer now.