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Old 03-25-2003, 09:13 PM
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Does anyone own or know someone w/ a Hi-Tech Aluminum Trailer, and if so is it a thumbs up or down? Thanks
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I have one under the Cafe I don't go long distance much but have taken it on a couple 165 mile runs and ran very true.
Dual rated at 12000# for 10000# boat
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a no BS trailer!!! they use VERY high quality parts....every SS blot gets a brass nut!...call me i'll tell ya about them! 734 635 1697
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Hi-Tech is located in Maryland correct?
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the bow stop is not the correct one...we just put this one on there temporarily...they custom make one for the boat...it's all diamond plated as well.
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if this company did not exist....i would have went with a steel trailer ....but they do, so i didn't
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now i see....hi-tech is a brand!LOL....dude

come on....ther's nothing hi tech about them!LOL ....they are still bending the **** out of the I-beams...way lame...way weak!
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Here's another............I don't know "Hi-Tech"....but this trailer is made by the same company that made Audacity's. The company is Custom Trailer out of Houston, TX. This pic shows the custom bow stop Joey mentioned.
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