That sounds like a great trip! I think you should be pretty good with locking everything down like you said, the biggest thing is just make it enough of a pain to take that they will just go after something else, if you wrap it make sure what you are wrapping it with isn't going to flap on the seadoo or it will mark the plastics, for the trailer, if it is pretty new it should be ok, but I always put "bearing buddies" on the hubs and just grease them once in a while, definitely have a spare tire, and make sure you have tools to get the tire changed, if I am going on a road trip I make sure I have my battery impact with me and a torque wrench and a small hydraulic jack, it may be overkill but if I did have a flat on the trailer it wouldn't take more than 15-20 mins to change it out.I am planning a road trip from Miami, Fl to Grand Rapids, Michigan. I have a Sea-Doo Spark 2up that id like to bring along with me. I have the trailer and everything... just wondering if anyone of you have ever done a long road trip while hauling a Sea-Doo. I just have a few questions id like answers to before leaving mid-May.
1. Is it a good idea to plastic wrap the entire Sea-Doo for traveling?
2. What is the best way to prevent theft? I have the Spark locked to the trailer with a wire rope, a coupler lock to prevent the trailer from being taken off the hitch, and a hitch lock to prevent the hitch being taken off my car.. is there anything else I can do?
3. Any specific trailer maintenance that should be done? I bought the trailer new in February.. I keep everything oiled up pretty good.. I plan on buying a spare tire incase something happens while driving.
I appreciate any information!!