:iamwithstupid:You may have to get the axles moved back on the trailer..............Or, if you have the room...move the front part of the trailer that has the crank on it (that pulls the boat onto the trailer/secures) forward.You can pick up the front of the trailer by hand when it's loaded?!?!?! If thats the case the tongue is too light and you need to move the entire weight forward. Empty I can understand picking up a boat trailer but loaded theyre notoriously tongue heavy (with the exception of double or triple inboards). You might need a load leveling trailer hitch setup but something doesn't sound right. When the tongue weight is too light you get a buck board effect where the trailer and the tow rig see saw back and forth at the point of the hitch.
Thats not turning, thats being pushed thru a turn. Scary isn't quite the word and most people wouldn't know what to do or how to react in that situation, it happened to me with a International D4000 line-truck towing a machine trailer with a bulldozer on the back. That was the LAST time I let someone load a trailer for me.Yup tongue too light. Sounds like that trailer is not for that boat. Cheap option is to try weighting the bow of the boat with sandbags. If that doesnt work, get the right trailer. This could be a dangerous situation if it starts bouncing like that while you are turning, especially at speed like on a highway ramp.