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170 Trailer Lites
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posted 09-19-2003 10:53 AM ET (US)
Oh Just got the new Fender lamps and B.W. also through in a new water proof set of tail lights too, since it took over 2 month to have them sent to me! I used a Polyurethane Caulk Sealant to secure the fender lights in the Rubber Gromet. Will also be using it for the actual mounting to the Poly trailer fender as well! Took one long haul to Montauk, L.I. and all four fender lamps bounced off and when I got home the taillights didn't work! No wonder B.W. has gone to a different TRAILER! H.C.
posted 09-21-2003 06:33 PM ET (US)
When you say Boston Whaler has gone ot a different trailer, do you meen a different brand? I ask this, because all of the 130-150 and 170`s I saw on trailers, were Easy Loader galvanized trailers with Boston Whaler on them, have they switched already? Jack.
posted 09-22-2003 09:04 AM ET (US)
My '04 170 Montauk came on a Karavan.
posted 09-29-2003 12:27 PM ET (US)
I have an 04 montauk on an karavan...not really impressed with it. FYI I work at a Whaler dealership, however, my opion is mine and mine only as a bw owner.
here goes...although I enjoy the swing away tongue stock on the karavan trailer, it has it fault.....the montauk comes with an optional 386 lb 90hp 4(s).. with this weight on the transon, the trailer frame rail on my trailer has an 2" arch in 10ft. It looks like an archers bow. I feel that the additional support the e z loader trailers had in the axel area was and is neccessary for strength...obviously karavan doesn't know about it or doesn't care...curious how whaler feels aren't you?
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