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    Re: Where to buy a new boat trailer

    VM Boat Trailers down in Fresno

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    Re: Where to buy a new boat trailer

    There is room, but long tongues on trailers are to account for balance and tongue weight. Don't over load the tongue or it will tow like crap.


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    Re: Where to buy a new boat trailer

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    Quote Originally Posted by reel_time View Post
    I am needing a new trailer for my 20 foot jet sled. Besides Pacific Trailer ($6,000+), who else makes a quality trailer in northern California? A Google search turns up California Trailer Works (out of business), and I'm not sure I want to retrofit my old crappy trailer (welds cracked, brakes not functioning). Best ideas? TIA

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    https://modesto.craigslist.org/boa/6095647600.html
    It looks like there is a good amount of room on the frame to move the bow stop forward on this on. It should handle a 20'er without a problem. It just requires moving the U bolts that hold the bow stop to the trailer frame.

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    [QUOTE=reel_time;1119991]I am needing a new trailer for my 20 foot jet sled. Besides Pacific Trailer ($6,000+), who else makes a quality trailer in northern California? A Google search turns up California Trailer Works (out of business), and I'm not sure I want to retrofit my old crappy trailer (welds cracked, brakes not functioning). Best ideas? TIA

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    https://modesto.craigslist.org/boa/6095647600.html

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    Re: Where to buy a new boat trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by steph281086 View Post
    Boat Country gets their trailers from SBT.
    I've had mine for a bit more than a year and I can only speak good about it. Super solid, all welded and galvanized.
    http://sbtrailers.com/

    Hope this helps.. No idea on how much they are. My sled is about 20' if I take into account the extended transom.

    Anyway, if you get a quote I'd be really curious to know how much they are.
    Thanks and good luck
    Try this https://modesto.craigslist.org/boa/6095647600.html

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    Re: Where to buy a new boat trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by steph281086 View Post
    Boat Country gets their trailers from SBT.
    I've had mine for a bit more than a year and I can only speak good about it. Super solid, all welded and galvanized.
    http://sbtrailers.com/

    Hope this helps.. No idea on how much they are. My sled is about 20' if I take into account the extended transom.

    Anyway, if you get a quote I'd be really curious to know how much they are.
    Thanks and good luck
    Thanks for the info. I contacted them. I'll let you know what I find out.

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    Re: Where to buy a new boat trailer

    Precision Marine said they had a couple beaters, but thanks for the info . Hmm. The search continues.

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    Hurliman Boat and repair
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    Re: Where to buy a new boat trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by reel_time View Post
    I am needing a new trailer for my 20 foot jet sled. Besides Pacific Trailer ($6,000+), who else makes a quality trailer in northern California? A Google search turns up California Trailer Works (out of business), and I'm not sure I want to retrofit my old crappy trailer (welds cracked, brakes not functioning). Best ideas? TIA

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    You might save yourself some money and check with Percision Marine in Rancho Cordove. Ron, the owner bought out Shipwreck Marine and has piles of trailers in all conditions. Many very nice ones. Wouldn't hurt to go and look.

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    Re: Where to buy a new boat trailer

    Boat Country gets their trailers from SBT.
    I've had mine for a bit more than a year and I can only speak good about it. Super solid, all welded and galvanized.
    http://sbtrailers.com/

    Hope this helps.. No idea on how much they are. My sled is about 20' if I take into account the extended transom.

    Anyway, if you get a quote I'd be really curious to know how much they are.
    Thanks and good luck

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