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Deep Keel Sailboat trailer

Hi
I purchased a small 20' BB11 to restore and it came with a large double axle trailer for a deep keel sailboat I think up to 28-30 ft and 7000lbs
This is way too much trailer for my boat (it weighs more than my #@# boat!!)
and I plan to get a smaller single axle trailer as I don't need to haul this one around.
I put new tires on it (I had to the old ones were weather leached)and it's in otherwise excellent shape.
Very structurally solid, amazing really, spent it's life so far in a carport.
Is there a place on sailnet to post a listing for it?
I'm thinking the local craigslist as well
Do people here advertise at Marinas?
Any suggestions from the community?
I'm up in Vancouver BC
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Re: Deep Keel Sailboat trailer

What is your asking price...
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Re: Deep Keel Sailboat trailer

2K obo would be nice

I've put some $$ into it (Brand new tires)
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Re: Deep Keel Sailboat trailer

Take some photos, and post it in the classified section on SailingX.com. That is where many Vancouver area racers "hang out". Racers are sometimes looking for trailers to transport keelboats to out of town regattas.
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