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Old 09-04-2003, 06:19 PM
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I have bought a 2004 myco trailer about a month ago. I have had some problems with the brakes locking up. Kevin Brady with Port Jacksonville told me they had found the problem and to call them. We spoke with WILL Hinkle told him our problem. It appears that they used a different manufacture for the roller actuator at the front of the trailer. They have resolved the problem and my parts are on the way to Florida to be installed by Port Jacksonville. No hassle, no fuss, they just wanted to make sure we were happy. My boating experiences have been some what bad. Just thought I would post a good one.

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Old 09-04-2003, 08:12 PM
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I have had a very good experience with MYCO as well. My first choice in trailers from now on.
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Why can't all Manufacturer's do the right thing the first time! Way to go Myco.
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I have a 1992 Myco 12000 pound double axle trailer for sale. It was under our 311 SR1 Formula
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I had a paint and bunk problem with Myco, and they fixed it immediatly. Today I will be calling Bill to order my new Myco aluminum trailer as well as a cradle for my Nor-Tech 4300. AND, yes it is refreshing dealing with a first class company.
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Old 09-05-2003, 08:25 AM
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Quit stroking Bill, I ordered another trailer from him yesterday, I think he raises the price every time he reads a positive post !

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PULL IT IN STYLE "BABY", PULL IT IN STYLE!
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Mr. Tweedie and the MYCO folks are 1st Class all the way!
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They hooked me up and I have an 87 Myco.
Someone painted over the vin plate, so CT would not register it. I called Myco and they sent me out a new one F. U. CT , Thanks Myco
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