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Old 03-25-2002, 11:48 AM
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We have the EZ Loader trailer, is great and tows great, they also matched up the stepp on the hull perfectly. My 2 Cents

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Old 03-25-2002, 01:18 PM
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WWW.FastLoadTrailers.com in Florida. I ordered mine and had it shipped to my dealer here in PA. Worked out great. Ordered it the way I wanted it. Great Price! Great weight! And I like how they mounted the jack, inbetween the ibeams, not off to the side.. I had an issue with the trailer, they took care of me, even all the way up here...

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-Order the trailer that is good for two feet longer than your boat. Then move the winch all the way forward. Have them mount the bunks forward so they are just about even with the back of the trailer. I like when a boat sits on the trailer, not when they hang off the back end just sitting on the bunks.... Just do some measuring.... Good Luck!
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Old 03-25-2002, 03:26 PM
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Shorelander is a good mid-west builder, by no means top of the line but all around good trailers from skiffs to big cursers.


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Old 03-25-2002, 07:09 PM
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anyone have experience with nextrail trailers from florida?
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Old 03-26-2002, 12:34 AM
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I just got my new South Florida Trailor, Jay even delivered it to Sonic, I just towed back from Miami my 45 sonic , towed great, Jay will build the trailor you want.
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Old 03-26-2002, 08:18 AM
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Default Offshore Score! That is a big boat!

Can you tell me what you hauled that big Sonic with?? Do you tow right off the ball hitch? Any distribution bars? I've got a F350 Ford diesel and the class V hitch says you can't tow over 5000lbs without using distribution bars. So I'm looking to see what everyone else out there is doing. You got yourself a beautiful boat there!!! We're hoping to go to a Sonic also! How is it towing something that big through the smaller parts of town???
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Target Trailer now out of Ohio makes a great aluminum trailer for offshore performance boats.






Another one to look at is Rolls Axle out of Tampa.


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Give Mike at Pacific a call, I have towed many sizes and have been very impressed with how they handle. Also I have seen them moved around some tight yards with Forklifts and cannot believe the beating and flexing they take. Make sure you get an Itemized Quote. This way you can eliminate any foofy crap that you dont want. Mike has come up with some impressive prices lately and the quality has not suffered. Myco is the top of the line but I think Pacific is catching up fast. Here is the ## Good luck
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Hey East Coast B, I tow it with a 1999 F350 PSD with a 6 speed and a factory hitch, No problems. You should only need EQ bars if youre toung weight is more than 10% of trailor weight. I have never seen a boat using them, Most people move the boat around to correct this.
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