1. What Load Rite Can Do For You

    It’s been a while since we’ve gotten the chance to sit down and write our readers and prospective customers with a good, old fashioned blog here at Load Rite. But, seeing as how summer is well and truly upon us, we figured it’s high-time to remind folks in Ontario what Canada’s finest quality boat and jet-ski trailer company is all about. So, keep reading to find out a bit more about what …Read More

  2. Winterizing Your Boat

    It’s unfortunate, but summer is coming to an end, and soon the weather will be cool enough in Ontario that the boat will need to be put away for the winter. Get in as much water time as you can, but set a date to start winterizing your boat. This is typically done sometime in September, but if you’re OK with fishing in cool weather, you can wait until the beginning of October. If you want to g…Read More

  3. Big Mistakes People Make With Both Galvanized and Aluminum Boat Trailers

    It happens all the time. People get excited about their new boat and boat trailer combo and don’t think things through properly regarding keeping everything safe and in good order. We get it! You’re not going to find anyone more excited about boat trailers in Ontario than the team at LoadRite Canada!  But that doesn’t mean you should ignore the rules or disregard the instructions just becau…Read More

  4. How To Dry A Boat Trailer

    Okay, now that it’s the middle of summer, many of you have already bought your new boat trailer. Maybe you knew all last season that you’d need a new boat trailer come spring, or perhaps you noticed something broke on your old boat trailer over the winter and needed a new one right away. Of course, buying a new boat often means you need a new boat trailer, in which case...well, we’re pretty …Read More

  5. Is a Galvanized Or Aluminum Boat Trailer Right For You?

    Of all the questions we get at our boat trailer company here in Ontario, it’s probably “what size boat trailer do I need?” That’s really a technical question, because it’s all going to be determined by the size of your boat. But when after that question is answered, another question pops up that doesn’t have such a black-and-white answer: “Do I need a galvanized boat trailer or an al…Read More

  6. When Buying a Boat Trailer, Consider The Whole Thing

    One of the aspects of our boat trailers that we like to tout is how high-quality each and every frame is. Whether you’re looking for a galvanized boat trailer or an aluminum boat trailer, LoadRite Canada is going to provide you with a frame that holds up to the Canadian elements. This includes fresh and saltwater, highways and backroads, on the water or stored at the side of the house. So we’r…Read More

  7. Are You In the Market For a Boat Trailer?

    There are a number of variables to consider when weighing your options for boat trailers. In this post we will go through a few important factors to consider before buying: Q: Should I Choose A Painted Steel or Galvanized Boat Trailer? A: The Rite choice is hot-dip galvanized! Hot-dip galvanizing is superior to paint and can provide decades of corrosion protection. Hot-dip galvanized boat trailers…Read More

  8. Bead-Balanced Wheels On Boat Trailers

    BEAD-BALANCED WHEELS ON ALL 13" OR LARGER ASSEMBLIES For years, boat trailer owners have struggled with trailer tire balance. Due to manufacturing parameters, trailer wheels are impossible to balance on standard automotive balancing equipment. Today, Load Rite is proud to offer factory wheel balancing free of charge on all boat trailer wheel assemblies 13″ diameter and larger through the truly i…Read More

  9. Boat Trailer Tips & Advice

    Choosing the Rite Trailer Spring is almost here, and if you're in the market for a jet ski or boat trailer it is important that you choose the Rite trailer! Here are some factors that will help ensure your trailer fits your boat and towing needs. Calculating Capacity When you are calculating the carry capacity needed on your trailer, it is important to consider the following factors: boat weight, …Read More

  10. Getting Your Boat (and Boat Trailer) Ready For Spring

    Considering the visits that we’ve been getting from across the web, it’s very obvious that people are itching to get their boats out on the water. While we’ve gone over tips for checking your boat trailer once winter is over, today we’re going to take a look at some tips on how to get your boat ready for spring. No, it’s not spring yet, but when you inspect your boat in late winter, you…Read More