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    Ginger or Mary Ann? Charter Member US1 Fountain's Avatar
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    Lafayette, IN
    Originally posted by jmackin
    My manning for a 38' PQ, custom fit to my boat. I had them raise the bunks so forks would fit, split the bunks so I could sling it, they put a diamond plate step on winch stand to access bow, 16.5 aluminum wheels w/ spare, custom painted any color w/ stripe, tri-axle w/ brakes on 2 axles. They will do anything you want. They even delivered it to me. All this for just $5550!

    I was just recieved a quote for a steel Manning triple axle, aluminum rims, disc brakes for $6,700. And for a 32' boat. None of the extras mentioned above.
    You mean to say that disc brakes added over $1100 for a shorter trailer?
    What gives?
    A friend just bought one 6 months ago for his 34' PQ,..... $5500.
    What other brand trailer should I consider?
    Last edited by US1 Fountain; 02-14-2003 at 08:56 PM.
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    Registered Andy Buzz's Avatar
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    2000 Outerlimits
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    Mar 2001
    Tampa, FL USA
    I have a MYCO for sale in the classifieds. It is built for a 37 foot Outerlimits but can easily be modified. $4500 bucks takes it.

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member Quiet Storm's Avatar
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    Lake Michigan

    Iím pricing out trailers for a 38í too. Iíve had Heritage and Eagle trailers and have no complaints about either. Manning is the only one I found that will deal direct with you. Maybe if we gang up on them they will cut us a deal. I thought you were looking at a AT awhile ago.

    $5550 sound like the 50% down required for them to start building a trailer for a 38' boat. If not, you got a hell of a deal.

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