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|02-25-2008 11:55 AM|
|drvrdad||I know that it is a big boat to put on a trailer, but the club we belong to in Oklahoma requires trailers for all boats located there. This became a requirement after last years droughts where boats that were not pulled sat on the bottom and leaned against docks either damaging or destroying portions of the docks.|
|02-21-2008 09:11 PM|
being as you have NOT said where you are at......this place may be way on the other side of NA from you. But there is a place in Bellingham Wa that makes reasonably priced custom trailers. My step dad bought one last summer for his boat. Mid 3000 range IIRC for a 6500 lb 26' on deck rig.
They use old MH axels, all electric brakes etc. On ST's, they put the axels a bit too far forward, and we will adjust the back about 2' to get the proper hitch wt for towing longer distances.
|02-21-2008 06:45 PM|
|sailingfool||Seems like a big boat to put on a personal trailer...are you going to be doing a regatta circuit where you need the mobility? Just curious why the $$$ would make any sense...|
|02-21-2008 05:34 PM|
Try the folks at Triad Trailers.
|02-21-2008 02:17 PM|
Just purchased a 92' Beneteau 310 and am needing to find or have a trailer built. Does anyone have any specs or information that may be of help.