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Old 06-02-2007, 10:58 AM
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Question Loadrite Trailer Dealers in PA, NJ, DL area - Pricing??

Researching Loadrite trailers, want to know price on following specs and some measurements. Not sure if it's in my price range or not. Looking to swap out triaxle white manning trailer under my sonic 31ss.

Loadrite triaxle aluminum I beam trailer. 10400lb capacity
Electric over hydraulic brakes
Disc brakes on 3 axles
Torsion axles
Stainless hardware upgrade.
No guide on poles
Standard 15" rims w/8-10 ply
Model on trailer I believe is ac32R10400102B3
Want bunks to stop aft equal to end of Ibeam

I'm looking for 27' from aft ibeam(not bunk) to bow stop of 27'. If bow stop can be at 27', what is measurement from bow stop to front of toungue. Need measurements for both boat sitting on trailer and for trailer fitting in garage. Want to keep boat up on trailer and as little tongue as possible.

Manning fits boat perfect and very little tongue, considering going to salt water, so thinking of going to the aluminum....

If measurements and pricing is right, might consider making the move.

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Call Camp Marine in PT Pl in NJ . You can beat there price`s



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Yep, Camp Marine in Pt Pleasant Beach treated me very well, at a great price. I worked with Perry.

http://www.campmarine.com/
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Thanks, I'll give them a call!
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Go with 16" wheels and E-Rated ST Goodyear Marathons or an LT truck tire like Firestone TransForce.

The bigger wheel/tire will dissipate heat better, and will be much better for towing vs. the 15". They look better, and you can usually find a 16" E rated tire anywhere in a pinch.
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Spoke with Perry, straight shooter, right to the point.... got a price but couldn't get the measurements I was looking for.

Thanks for the lead!
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