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Old 06-28-2011, 01:45 PM
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I have a 29 Fever with twin 454's, I currently have a trailer for it, but I don't think it is quite beefy enough for the weight of my boat. I think it would be better for a single engine boat in the 28' to 30' range. I have had my boat on a slip for the last couple yrs but switched this year to a lake a little closer to home so I am trailering it. I get nervous every time I have taken it out. Anyway, anybody have any good leads or good places to look for trailers new or used? I live in Oklahoma so preferably something in this five state area. I appreciate any info you guys might have.
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Not sure if this will work.

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/s...ml#post3440623
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I have a trailer that is available. Let me kow if you would like pics. If so where to wend them. Its a steel trailer painted white with custom wheels. Never in the water. Bought new and has never been out of the garage.
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I have a trailer that is available. Let me kow if you would like pics. If so where to wend them. Its a steel trailer painted white with custom wheels. Never in the water. Bought new and has never been out of the garage.
Yes definitely interested, send me pics to [email protected] and what you are wanting for it. What kind of boat was on it before? would it fit a single step 29 fountain? Thanks
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I read all of the posts in that thread but still unsure how I could tell if mine would fit correctly on trailer? It is a 1998 single step 29 fountain.
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Here is the perfect trailer for your boat....Just stumbled upon the trailer and thought I would link you in case you were still looking.

http://www.lakecumberlandmarine.com/...3e14510615.htm
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Here is the perfect trailer for your boat....Just stumbled upon the trailer and thought I would link you in case you were still looking.

http://www.lakecumberlandmarine.com/...3e14510615.htm
8800 GVWR sounds kind of light,,no?
what does the boat weight??
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What do u want for ur trailer. I'm buying a 99 28' powerquest with a single. They have 2 trailers that will work but there both 2500
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29 single engine (new style) is 5850 lb. The trailer was 1500 lb according to the MCO. That trailer (at LCM) was sold over 2 years ago. I'd say their website is a little out of date ... but I bet they would still take a deposit on that trailer .
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8800 GVWR sounds kind of light,,no?
what does the boat weight??
The 32' is around 7200-7500 I think so the capacity would have worked....To bad the trailer sold already. You can have a good aluminum trailer built for $2500-$3500 brand new.
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