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Boat trailer

Hi,

I need some help with identifying a boat trailer. I have a jeanneau sun 2000 yacht that I need to take out the water for some serious maintenance, however the trailer that accompanies it went missing several years ago I think. Can someone please help me identify the manufacture and make of this trailer through some pictures I have. The trailer was described as a "single axle rollercoaster galvanised road trailer" when I purchased it hand in hand with the yacht. It a 21ft trailer but Iím not sure. The boat originally came from France, thus maybe it came from there.
I will try post some more pictures if I have any. From the pictures, it shows to me a red stripe on top followed by a black stripe below. The writing on the side seems to be "XFIOR" to me.

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Re: Boat trailer

Haz,

Unless you are looking for that exact trailer, you can contact a trailer manufacturing company like Pacific Trailer or others and cost one out. OR, look for a close match on the used market.

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Re: Boat trailer

Maybe this:

http://www.indespension.co.uk/Super-Roller-Coaster.html

From England?

I have had Easy Loader trailers, totally satisfied:

EZ Loader Trailers

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