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Old 05-03-2008, 04:14 PM
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I just bought one for a 33' Avanti. 15000LB trailer with tripple disks. If you want I can get you in touch with the builder.In Need of an Aluminum Trailer-img_0229.jpg
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Old 07-10-2008, 07:38 PM
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I needed a new trailer for my Nordic Heat as I use it mainly in the salt out of Long Beach and my old trailer rusted out.

I went with a 9 inch aluminum c channel tri-axle with clear LED's, boarding ladder, really nice wheels, retractable tie downs and a lockable storage box. The trailer is amazing and the service was incredible. The only thing better was the price they gave me. I truly feel like I have a Myco quality trailer with the looks of an Extreme (minus the 20's). The aluminum looks sooo much better than galvanized. I honestly like the look better than my painted trailer.

Anyway, I would recommend them to anyone in the market as I shopped around for months.

Here are the pics:











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Originally Posted by ekbearly
I needed a new trailer for my Nordic Heat as I use it mainly in the salt out of Long Beach and my old trailer rusted out.

I went with a 9 inch aluminum c channel tri-axle with clear LED's, boarding ladder, really nice wheels, retractable tie downs and a lockable storage box. The trailer is amazing and the service was incredible. The only thing better was the price they gave me. I truly feel like I have a Myco quality trailer with the looks of an Extreme (minus the 20's). The aluminum looks sooo much better than galvanized. I honestly like the look better than my painted trailer.

Anyway, I would recommend them to anyone in the market as I shopped around for months.

Here are the pics:











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What brand is it? I can't see the pics.
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Old 07-22-2011, 02:06 AM
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Originally Posted by sleek1
What brand is it? I can't see the pics.
Pacific Boat Trailers.
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Skip McClain. I know I have spoke highly of them in the past, but my buddy's new McClain (alum-welded) trailer has not held up as well as my Myco (alum-welded) which is twice as old with twice as many miles.

Myco or Manning for aluminum welded.
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Old 07-22-2011, 08:02 AM
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Eric,
Call Billy at Harbour Marine! He get get you a nice trailer and save you some coin. He priced out a nice azz trailer for someone local - even with all the bells and whistles, it was a great deal!
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TNT custom builds some great aluminum trailers near Tampa, Fl.
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