I'm told that the trailer I'll be towing has a 6 wire flat connector which I haven't seen anywhere.
Ray if you have a U-haul rental place around and still can't find your 6 wire flat they may have one. The U-haul places I have delt with in differant areas of the country have usually been cool to deal with. All of my personal trailers have had the four wire style.
As far as the weight question about the boat and trailer go to the Malibu website and find your model and if the website is worth a flip they should have all the infomation your looking for. Sometimes they will give you dry weight which is without fuel/water.
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