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Old 09-17-2010, 10:34 AM
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Looking for a trailer for 38 fountain that is comparable to a Myco or a used Myco could work too.
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Manning!!
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Aluminum or steel?
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Aluminum or steel?
Either or
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There are only two other brands that I would rank even close:

1) Manning
2) McClain

...in that order.

That said, after owning a McClain (I-beam trailer, before they started welded trailers), and a friend who owns a welded aluminum McClain...

I'd ONLY buy a Myco. They are worth every damn penny.
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You can get a good trailer cheaper but it's not a Myco. I've always had good luck with aluminum Loadmasters
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Originally Posted by DollaBill View Post
You can get a good trailer cheaper but it's not a Myco. I've always had good luck with aluminum Loadmasters
is that a I beam trailer?
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Manning... again.
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Manning, I had one built for my prev boat. Great trailer and a fair price.
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If you want the very best...MYCO... I have owned 4 of them over the years, and their customer service is tough to beat. I had a problem with my trailer guard. Called Bill Tweedie, they picked up my trailer, fixed everything on it, made it stronger, repaired two lights, as well as gave me a better jack system in which I didnt ask for...service like this is unheard of in this industry. I will never buy any other trailer. I even have a Myco lift since 04, 3 43 Nortechs have been on there, never one problem.. Myco all the way.. Jeff
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