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Old 05-04-2006, 09:17 AM
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I am looking for a gooseneck trailer for my 42 Sonic. I have a 2yr old tri-axle myco that I could trade.

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Old 05-04-2006, 10:31 AM
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theres one in the swap shop
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I am looking for a gooseneck trailer for my 42 Sonic. I have a 2yr old tri-axle myco that I could trade.

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p.apache has one give me a call 609-839-1392 paul
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Your Myco have a drive guard?
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I am looking for a trailer for my 442. What are the specs on your trailer.

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I have a loadmaster aluminum I beam 2005, Torsion axles, brakes on all 3 axles. Looking to upgrade trailer for the apache. Will fit 40-44 ft boats. Trailer overall is 47 feet
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Jayl13,

brakes disc or drum? Electric or Hydraulic? Type wheels and tires?
rated capacity?
I have been advertising in the wanted section for months and have had no responses at all.

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Disc brakes all the way around, Hydraulic I believe. If this thing can hold an apache (should be rated at 18 K lbs, it should hold a baja. dry weight of my apache I believe is 13500, loaded im pushing upwards just over 15K so its fine.
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I have a MYCO true 5th wheel trailer that we have never used at all.
Call for information, (513) 706-3199, Chris Reindl
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I am looking for a gooseneck trailer for my 42 Sonic. I have a 2yr old tri-axle myco that I could trade.

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Got a picture of your myco by chance? Did the bumper pull myco present any problems for you cause of the size or weight of your boat? Or is it you just want to go to gooseneck for stability and maneuverability reasons? Mark Adams has a full myco gooseneck for 13 K for a tractor, has air brakes on it. I cant use it, I need regular brakes for my F350 dually.
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