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Old 12-10-2003, 12:49 AM
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Here is one reason why I continue to use Myco trailers. They build them to be as tough as tanks! Here is our trailer that was hit at 50 mph. The drive guard bent all to hell, but it did the job that it was designed to do and did not allow the car to reach the boat! Trailers from other manufacturers may have done the same, but now I know for a fact that a Myco will protect our investment!
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Here is the Myco that replaced the one above. We went with aluminum this time for less cosmetic maintenance. It has two 8' boxes, a spare tire mounted between the frame rails, a drive guard (of course), LED lighting and electric/hydraulic disc brakes on all axles. This has been a great trailer!
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Last, but not least, our Granddaddy Myco. It needs a little work, but is getting lined up for rehab now. This is a tandem dually with two 8' boxes, two 4' boxes, a drive guard, 2 spare tires, a fuel tank for a generator and a fresh water tank and pump for flushing/washing.
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Dreamboater gets my vote
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Thanks for the complement Jack!

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no jack he went else where at the last minute

that is the one that got away
Oh man your killing me....
I had a lower quote with a dealer that also took my Alum. donkey in for trade.
You make the best custom trailer I've seen and would consider a Manning for my next boat... thats if it dosen't have one under it already.
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Old 12-10-2003, 06:44 AM
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Just busting ya my friend

your trailer looks Great and I am sure it will give you many years of great trailering

Your right

i didnt want the aluminum donky

Boat looks great on the trailer

the paint sure flows well on your boat
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Yours is great if you liek that aluminum kinda thing
Marc, quit fighting it ! You're gonna have to start working with it eventually ! Hell Jerry and I just spent 20k with MYCO, CAUSE YOU WON"T BUILD THEM !! Mine was the first all welded aluminum MYCO ever built and I HAD TO BEG THEM TO BUILD IT ! That was seven years ago and now it's the majority of their business.Please, your stuff is absolutely first class and the market is there ( and Bill T. NEEDS some competition ) .

BTW Jerry's thinking about replacing his steel with AL, start with him, but call me first cause there's things that MYCO should be doing but won't

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Jim,

All good points

I will call you

maybe its time to bite the bullet

PM me with the number you want me to call you at and what time is best for you

We may need to start looking at alternatives

time to come into the 21st century

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Jim,

All good points

I will call you

maybe its time to bite the bullet

PM me with the number you want me to call you at and what time is best for you

We may need to start looking at alternatives

time to come into the 21st century

Marc
Now that's an open mind!
I personally wouldn't buy a new trailer if it wasn't alloy.

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WP,

I may not agree with much that you have to say, but I must admit you have a very sweet looking boat and rig! Looks sharp.
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