This automatic boat loader can be found on Boat2Trailer.com. Below you will see demonstration video of how the automatic boat loader works.
Boat Loader – Load A Boat in Seconds
Steps to Load your boat with the Ramp N Clamp boat latch all by yourself.
- After fishing or boating for the day, simply drive you boat back to the dock, boat loading area, beach etc.
- Tie off or secure your boat to a solid structure.
- Once the boat is secure, you may exit the boat and walk to your vehicle and trailer.
- Back your trailer into the water to the desired depth. Put the vehicle in park and exit the vehicle.
- Now you may get back into the boat, back up and proceed to load the boat on to the trailer.
- Bring the boat in just above idle speed. There is no need to race the motor if your speed is correct. As the boat coasts up the trailer your nose will come in contact with the automatic boat loader. The Stoltz Polyurethane on the boat latch and the bunks or rollers help guide the boat and bow eye to the center of the auto boat loader.
- Once the bow eye comes in contact with the clamp of the automatic boat loader, it will automatically snap shut and secure your boat to the trailer.
- When you hear the click and feel the clamp has secured your boat, you may exit the boat.
- Enter the vehicle and proceed to the dry water’s edge.
- Park the vehicle, walk to the front of the boat, and secure your strap and chain for safety. You do not want to travel with only the automatic boat loader hooked up. Definitely have your safety chain, strap and the Ramp N Clamp all secured before travel.
You have now successfully loaded a boat all by yourself with ease. See more videos on our website by clicking below. The Boat2Trailer Latch is a bow roller replacement.