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trailerguy1966 posted 08-12-2009 10:42 AM ET (US)   Profile for trailerguy1966   Send Email to trailerguy1966  
WE ARE NOW BULDING THE WHALER TRAILER AT BLOWOUT PRICES..INCLUDING THE 15000 AND 18000 GVWR TRAILERS WITH SILVER CAD KODIAK DISC BRAKES ON ALL AXLES IN THE STATES THAT REQUIRE BRAKES ON ALL AXLES WITH ELECTRIC OVER HYDRAULIC....WE ARE SHIPPING TRAILERS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY FOR ANY BOAT..ANY MODEL..ANY LENGTH TO 42 FEET...TO 18000 GVWR..EXCEPT SAILBOATS...BASS-CAT-PONTOON-STORAGE-OFFSHORE-INBOARD...THESE TRAILERS HAVE STANDARD FEATURES OTHERS CALL OPTIONS..STAINLESS HARDWARE,TORSION SUSPENSION,SUPERLUBE SYSTEM...PLEASE SEE KJENTERPRISESLLC.COM FOR PICS..THEN CALL 804 263-8171 FOR WHOLESALE PRICE ON A TRAILER.......16-42 FT...3500-24000 GVWR
Jessielove posted 08-13-2009 12:14 AM ET (US)     Profile for Jessielove  Send Email to Jessielove     
Looks to me like 2/3 "whaler" trailers are not fitted in accordance to BW specifications. There bunks fall well short of directly supporting the transom. Both trailers look to be too short for the boat they carry.

See the images of the two larger whalers:

http://kjenterprisesllc.com/WHALER01.html

Jessielove posted 08-13-2009 12:15 AM ET (US)     Profile for Jessielove  Send Email to Jessielove     
I must be tired... should be "their" not "there".
Dan posted 08-13-2009 11:09 AM ET (US)     Profile for Dan  Send Email to Dan     
It seems to me that many trailer manufacturers want boats to rest on bunks that extend past rear cross member. All that is needed to "correct" this is for side pieces to be a few feet longer. My guess is it must be a special order to get the aluminum or steal beam in a longer length. Otherwise, I can't understand why so many trailers are made this way.

I contacted OP recently to ask about a trailer, but was told that a "full length" model -- meaning rear cross member at end of trailer was about $350. Delivery would've added $1.20 per mile plus tolls.

So, at the end it was more than my budget. The trailers look very nice. If I was located closer, and I could've gone there and been more involved with the process, then I probably would've bought one.

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