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|Author||Topic: whaler trailer|
posted 07-05-2001 06:47 PM ET (US)
Help!! Any sugestions where to get a trailer for a 25 Revenge on the east coast in a relatively short time frame???
posted 07-05-2001 06:55 PM ET (US)
Tropic trailer in Ft. Meyers Fl will deliver for a couple hunge.
posted 07-06-2001 02:09 PM ET (US)
posted 07-06-2001 10:34 PM ET (US)
I believe Loadrite trailers are made in Eastern PA.? They are very good trailers as per other Forum members! Regards-Jack Graner.
posted 07-07-2001 12:36 AM ET (US)
I checked the loadrite website and they apppear to only make roller bunk trailers; am I incorrect?? Its not what i want; I have good luck with the traditional whaler recommendation - lots of keel rollers.
posted 07-07-2001 07:02 AM ET (US)
I think you need to call Load rite or check with one of their dealers near you. Their website says Load Rite has specifically designed trailers for boats like Boston Whaler.....
posted 07-08-2001 11:19 AM ET (US)
Peter is right, they still make trailers for Whalers, just not on the site or in brochure. I called a dealer and they still make one for a Montauk at least. Search for dealers on their website and give the dealers a buzz. Good luck-Jack Graner.
posted 09-02-2001 06:39 PM ET (US)
Did you find your keel-roller trailer?
I'm in the same situation w/ a 1989 Outrage22' - Does anyone know where to get a trailer?
posted 09-02-2001 09:49 PM ET (US)
Check out slideon.com they build a 4 bunk
aluminum trailer that has keel support.
They have built trailers for commercial
posted 09-02-2001 10:36 PM ET (US)
Did you try Performance trailers in Lake George? If you are from Albany that will be pretty close for you.
posted 09-04-2001 07:16 PM ET (US)
HardDrive: You couldn't be in a better place to get a full keel roller trailer! Find a Continental Trailer Dealer - they're MADE in Miami, and widely sold all over the State of Florida. I have one under my 25 Outrage, which has traveled 80,000+ miles so far, it is super. Picture in the Cetacea section.
You want the the "Vee Frame Galvanized Tilt Frame" model. They have models from 2000 - 8500 lb capacity. Be sure to order SS brakes if you need them, and Stoltz rollers with SS shafts. For a 22, you would want model # CTWV 22, in either 4300lb (13" wheels) or 6000lb (14" wheels) capacity. Expect to pay about $2500 dollars with brakes. Cantway Trailers, in Delray Beach, has excellent pricing.
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