I'm just posting this for those of us that have tight spaces to park our boats in and have issues with larger trucks. I used to drive an Ford crew cab short bed and putting my truck in reverse to park my 3400 lb skeeter in a lane was a nightmare. The incline to the slot is a good 40 degrees - yes, 40 degrees, and my truck would squeal the tires and throw a huge fit putting that boat in his home. Added to that the crapping turning radius and I was doing the in-and-out mambo a good 4 or 5 times to get the tires lined up right.
So my old truck wore out finally and I traded it in on a Lexus RX (small SUV) with the towing package and i'll be darned if that little puppy doesn't pull it just fine down the road, then push it without any squealing right up that 40* incline. What's more important, I can park the trailer on a dime and give you 9 cents change! It's better than birth control. Ok, almost.
The only hiccup is backing the trailer in the water. I open the back end and it beeps the whole way down the ramp