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rsgwynn1 posted 05-01-2003 11:16 PM ET (US)   Profile for rsgwynn1   Send Email to rsgwynn1  
After a year of dealing with an original equipment, keel-lift-roller-style trailer for my 1982 22' Revenge Cuddy (having to use an electric winch to get the boat on it--and putting a couple of ugly gouges in the hull while doing so), I finally ordered a new McClain aluminum bunk-style trailer ($2250). The first time out, I was able to drive the boat on to within 7" of the front stop--and I left it there because it was the first time out and I didn't want to chance things. I know what the BW source says about bunk trailers, but I'm sold now. At least it may save me a divorce the next time I go out with just my wife. BTW: I have the original trailer for sale cheap in TX. I'll even throw in the winch (but not the wench).
larimore posted 05-08-2003 12:28 AM ET (US)     Profile for larimore  Send Email to larimore     
I have the same feelings with my 22OR and new Float-On trailer...
PMUCCIOLO posted 05-08-2003 01:37 AM ET (US)     Profile for PMUCCIOLO    
Both of the CPD hulls I've outfitted have been placed on Shorlander bunk trailers. The convenience and lower maintenance they afford, as well as the low COG of the boat on these trailers, make these trailers a delight.

Although there is considerable difference between the classic and the new hull designs in the 13 to 17 range, the new hulls are pre-packaged with EZ Loader bunk trailers.


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