NO BRAKES Sold as a storage or short run trailer
tandem axle storage pontoon trailer
For 18'-20' Pontoon boats - PMI-220/13
16' Bunks, 24'8" Overall length, 4 cross braces, capacity 4500 lbs. Trailer weighs 1140 lbs.

For 21'-22' Pontoon boats - PMI-222/13
17' Bunks, 28' Overall length, 5 cross braces, capacity 4500 lbs. Trailer weighs 1200 lbs.

For 23,- 24' Pontoon boats - PMI-224/13
19Bunks, 30' Overall length, 5 cross braces, capacity 4500 lbs. Trailer weighs 1260 lbs.
Why a Storage Trailer?
The reason we call our strong 20’ to 24’ tandem axle trailers without brakes storage trailers is because they DON’T HAVE BRAKES. In many states it’s illegal to sell a tandem axle trailer with a 3000+ capacity without brakes. States like Michigan mandate that tandem axle trailers even have tandem axle brakes. Some of the national manufacturers have quit selling tandems without brakes. In the past we’ve always stressed that our trailers are “road trailers”. Good strong trailers that can travel anywhere without difficulties. But a good percentage of our sales are to lake property owners who aren’t traveling and who don’t want to add the expense of brakes to the cost of a trailer ($500+).

For 2019 we’ve conferred with our insurance company and our attorney because we don’t want to stop providing good quality trailers to customers who really aren’t traveling much. The solution (until we have trouble) is to identify these trailers as storage trailers. We believe this will prevent any difficulties for our customers when registering trailers with their state (EXCEPT PENNSYLVANIA ). However, some marine dealers, often the most successful ones (with real assets) may refuse to sell a tandem axle trailer without brakes.
Standard Features of Tandem Axle Non-Brake Models
reinforced stern pontoon trailer bunk supports
22' and 24' trailers have a reinforced stern for
modern pontoon boats with larger-heavier engines.
Bunks are supported on the main frame.
5" brackets allow you to tow lower and launch in shallower water.

Our tandem axle non-brake models have more standard features and strength than most of our competitors. In fact, the only stronger frame that we know of is our brake trailer.
tandem axle pontoon trailer features
Steel fenders offer real protection for your boat when on the trailer. LED lights eliminate light and wiring problems, they won’t “pop” when submerged in water. The best 13” D range radial tires with a 1610 lb. capacity on galvanized rims. Galvanized rims won’t rust around the lug holes. A 3200 lb. winch won’t fail when loading a 3500 lb. boat. The anti-bucking loop holds your boat to the trailer and pulls the front down. A swing away dual wheel tongue jack will support the heaviest boats.

Our standard 4” box tube steel, 12 gauge side frames and cross members, reinforced front. Baked on Rock gaurd coat finish with a 2” coupler and a 1500 lb. swing away dual wheel tongue jack. Deluxe winch stand with big step and large handrail. Bunks adjust for pontoons 8’ to 8’ 6” wide. 5 cross members tie the side frames together. There are tie-down points on the frame. Marine grade rubber backed carpeting over 2” x 6” wooden bunks on 20'. Bunks are supported on the main frame. All required DOT equipment.
Popular Options
popular single axle pontoon trailer options
A benefit to getting optional bunk wrap is that when wet it’s “slippery” helping boats launch and retrieve more easily in shallow water. An optional spare tire is always a good ideawith a U-bolt mounting bracket. Load guides are also popular and sooner or later you’ll retrieve your boat on a windy day and you’ll wish you had them. Sold as a set of 4 they can be moved up the frame to assist in all depths of water if you have deep ramps, move them to the second or third cross brace. In shallow water mount them back.