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Old 11-19-2003, 10:33 AM
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I have not owned either of them. But, I have been in cars towing with them and have seen both up close, in addition to some Extreme trailers (made out West). All three seemed to be equally well made and have some nice features. I don't think you could go wrong with them. I'd probably try to support Manning since he visits the site. Though, everyone who has dealt with Myco has said that its customer service is second to none.
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My Mannings have been great. Here is my gooseneck for the 47 Fountain
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Old 11-19-2003, 11:17 AM
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MYCO does build a pressurised box trailer. I saw one there once going to baharain(sp?) It was a gooseneck trailer that something BIG was going on(think he said it was a OL)...
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Our Myco gets our 18,000 pound 51 Outerlimits where ever I need to go at 100+ mph. Track straight and rides smooth.

We went with the tanem dual wheel set up and it is the only way to go.

Pressurized box steel construction helps prevent rust.
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chrisk,

51 OL w/ Tripp Sterling 1200's (130 mph) Being towed on Myco, you could go that fast on land or sea
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Our Myco gets our 18,000 pound 51 Outerlimits where ever I need to go at 100+ mph.


Good to hear you are being so safe on the roadways while towing ......... Hopefully someone will get you slowed down a little before you take some innocent folks with you for a dirt nap.
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Good to hear you are being so safe on the roadways while towing ......... Hopefully someone will get you slowed down a little before you take some innocent folks with you for a dirt nap.
Yea...no kidding!
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where can i get some info on mannings ?is he a sponsor of oso?
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Stay out of the way, and nobody get's hurt!
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Stay out of the way, and nobody get's hurt!
That's the type of attitude that gives offshore powerboating a lasting good reputation in the eyes of the public and more recently, the insurance companies........
Welcome to the board; your contribution so far has been interesting to say the least....
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