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Old 07-28-2006, 06:42 AM
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http://www.aluminumboattrailer.com/

I bought a 15,000 lb trailer from these folks last year. Extra mid and front bunks, spare tire and rim with a spare hub, led lights, removeable drive guard, electric over hydraulic kodiak disc brakes and radial tires. It was $8300 then (5/05) out the door. Not sure about what it would cost now, but give them a call. They were really good people to deal with and the are in Panama City. Allison Trailers buys the trailers from these folks and puts their stickers on them.
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Old 07-28-2006, 07:17 AM
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....and just to add a little something here. I'm well aware that my trailer is no Myco and isn't as good as a Myco......but it tows very well and is certainly more than half as good as a Myco.
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Old 07-28-2006, 07:31 AM
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....and just to add a little something here. I'm well aware that my trailer is no Myco and isn't as good as a Myco......but it tows very well and is certainly more than half as good as a Myco.
I'm sure it is more than half as good as a Myco. I understand now...It would be like saying your Cigarette is half as good as my Nortech, point well taken.

Serously, I have heard good things about these guys, a few members have them and appear to be pleased. I just have had good luck with Myco, have a cradle as well, with the additional length, both fit like a glove. Just shocked at the price increase over a 1 year period.
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Old 07-28-2006, 08:43 AM
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If you are doing aluminum, don't think of anyone else but Myco. They are the only one's I know of that build it heavy enough that it supports the boat and does not have excess flex to it. I had a 42 Sonic on an aluminum I beam type trailer and the tongue of the trailer would bounce up/down when I climbed on the back of the boat using the swim ladder. The Myco under the NorTech is no comparision and the NorTech weighs more too.

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Jeff,
If you are doing aluminum, don't think of anyone else but Myco. They are the only one's I know of that build it heavy enough that it supports the boat and does not have excess flex to it. I had a 42 Sonic on an aluminum I beam type trailer and the tongue of the trailer would bounce up/down when I climbed on the back of the boat using the swim ladder. The Myco under the NorTech is no comparision and the NorTech weighs more too.

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My Myco does flex.But prob not as bad as you described
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Myco is the best....but they are pricey. I priced out a 33' aluminum Myco about 2 months ago and it was over $11K. This didn't have all the extra's like my other Myco trailer did.

I did purchase an aluminum Myco 2 yrs ago for my 33 PP and it had all the extra's, price was $11,600.
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