You're lucky to have uncrowded conditions, a steep enough ramp and a long enough trailer tongue. By now, I'm always ready to disconnect the trailer if need be to succeed in the launch and have a block and tackle, though as I gain experience I've learned not to freak out if my van's exhaust pipe goes a under water just a little. I can usually leave the trailer connected for the retrieval.
It's fine if the exhaust pipe is completely submerged as long as you DON'T turn off the engine. The air pressure from the exhaust will keep water out of the engine. Of course on a ramp so will gravity. Granted, if you live near saltwater if you submerge anything metal then you'll need to thoroughly rinse off with fresh water.
Agreed... Nice video but, at a busy boat ramp you would have had problems... The first several steps should be done before going into the boat ramp. If there were other boats waiting or jet skiers it could end up in a not so nice rep! Not trying to be too critical but it is proper ramp etiquette.....
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