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Oceanic launches new ski, race and wake boat trailer series

by Sandman PR on 16 Oct 2012
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Oceanic Trailers has launched its new Ski, Race and Wake (SRW) Series of custom-built boat trailers.

Built on heavy-duty galvanised frames and using only the highest-quality components, each SRW trailer has been custom-designed for Australia’s most popular ski and wake boat brands.

As with all Oceanic trailers, every steel component – axles, springs, U-bolts, bolts and nuts – used in the construction of the SRW range has been hot-dip galvanised or Dacromet coated for ultimate durability in freshwater and saltwater environments.

Available in single and dual-axle versions, standard features include easy-load entry, carpeted skids and/or durable polyethylene rollers, heavy duty winch and swing-up jockey wheel, tempered/extended steps, waterproof LED lights and high-impact lenses, mechanical-override brakes, mud flaps and 15-inch alloy wheels.



The long list of SRW Series options includes two-pack custom paint (over galvanising, to ensure corrosion resistance), closed-in wheel-arches, aluminium or carpeted decking, mounted spare wheel, guide poles, hydraulic-override brakes, Sensabrake electronic air/hydraulic system (on trailers over 2000kg), and more.

Oceanic's SRW trailers are available through the company's extensive national dealer network. To locate your nearest dealer or enquire about a custom-designed trailer for your ski, race or wake boat, visit www.oceanictrailers.com.au

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