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Old 11-24-2010, 01:09 PM
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I just sold a brand new 33' Nextrail for 3,500, aluminum 10500, triple axle.... It went to the Virgin Islands. Too bad..

I am in the Virgin Islands also. Which island did you send it to? Are you a dealer for Nextrail?


Be careful of the 250 XS. What year are they?

Engines are 05s with 160 hours of fresh water use. I've heard mostly good things about the opts. What has been your experience?
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That trailer is very specific to a go-fast OUTBOARD boat. Look at how far back the axles are placed.

You are going to have to find the right buyer.
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Is nextrail welded or bolted?

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I just sold a brand new 33' Nextrail for 3,500, aluminum 10500, triple axle.... It went to the Virgin Islands. Too bad..

I am in the Virgin Islands also. Which island did you send it to? Are you a dealer for Nextrail?


Be careful of the 250 XS. What year are they?

Engines are 05s with 160 hours of fresh water use. I've heard mostly good things about the opts. What has been your experience?
Scott Mander works on all of my HP stuff. I am doing a 39 cigarette open fish now and am looking for motors. Scott recommended against the 05 xs motors... you have to run 93 octane and they are high maint. compared to the regular optis.

I think I am going to go with 300 hpdis. I found 3 at a pretty good deal.
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Is nextrail welded or bolted?
bolted.
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I looked at Nextrails site. Pricing is pretty competitive. Read a few comments on different forums also - mostly positive. Would be an option if I get the Myco sold.
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I looked at Nextrails site. Pricing is pretty competitive. Read a few comments on different forums also - mostly positive. Would be an option if I get the Myco sold.
Call Scott at Speed and Custom Marine. He is their largest dealer.
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Call Scott at Speed and Custom Marine. He is their largest dealer.


Do you have a number for them? Is it these guys..

http://www.speedncustommarine.com/
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Do you have a number for them? Is it these guys..

http://www.speedncustommarine.com/
Yes, thats scott and cathy. Tell them Todd sent you

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The problem I see is that its only a tandem axle trailer.
I would have possibly been interested, but it won't handle the weight of most 32-33 twin sterndrive boats.
I need at least a 10.5k capacity for my 32 AT.
It could hold your boat if the axels are strong enough. I have my 302 on a twin axel and they barely settle when the boat is on it. Even with one rim off the trailer can easily handle it. May be worth looking into... Pulling a twin axel is much better then a tripple IF it can handle the load.
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