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flyguy posted 07-16-2002 03:40 PM ET (US)   Profile for flyguy   Send Email to flyguy  
can anyone make a suggestion as to which trailer would be best for my boat?
Cpt Quint posted 07-17-2002 12:03 PM ET (US)     Profile for Cpt Quint  Send Email to Cpt Quint     
there are several good trailers out there and several discussions on this. In general find one that offers several keel rollers for the main support, and the rails, bunks, or side rollers only for stabilizng the craft.
Take a minute and reveiw topics around the 1st of the month here and in general forum
about the debate on these..you will find it helpful
JFM posted 07-17-2002 04:47 PM ET (US)     Profile for JFM  Send Email to JFM     
flyguy, The trailer that came with my 1964 is a Tiny(spelling?). It's in great shape with keel rollers and bunks. It even tilts.
Recently, I went shopping for a new trailer for a 13' sport. I found that no name brand manufacters made these type of trailers anymore. They have gone to bunk float off trailers. They are CHEAPER with very few welds and many screws. I bought an EZ Loader 1225 for the 13 and it's OK. However, it's nothing compaired to the old Tiny. Regards, Jay
flyguy posted 07-18-2002 11:59 AM ET (US)     Profile for flyguy  Send Email to flyguy     
thanks for the help guys. i talked to a few trailer and whaler dealers and they all agreed that the loadrite 17170090VW was the right choice. the W at the end stands for whaler so the factory installs the keel rollers which our boats need.

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