My EZ loader trailer is a turd. The bunks are too high, leaf springs and hangers need to be replaced, rollers were too small and mounted with the wrong brackets. So far I've replaced the 4 inch rollers with 10 inch rollers and new brackets. This was to save the hull from digging into the sharp corners of the 4 inch roller brackets. I'm trying to figure out if it's worth replacing the springs and hangers. I'm thinking I can drop the rear bunk brackets down and pick up the rear rollers so that it has some weight. Also lower the frame closer to the axle with smaller spring hangers. I don't think the boat is heavy enough to bottom out the wheels inside of the fenders even on the rough Louisiana roads. Is this even worth the hassle or should I just order a true dry launch trailer and be done with it?