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bzboy 04-09-2018 02:25 PM

2011 Shorelandr boat trailer $500.00!!!
 
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Carried my 18 ft Lund since 2010. single axle, spare tire, swivl eze medium angled transom saver (need to get a bungie cord for it), lots of tread left on 14 inch tires, guide ons, swing away tongue

bearings have been repacked for this year. bunks were recarpeted 2 years ago.

left side light plastic housing cracked and got taped, otherwise all lights work (see pic),

$500.00 located in colorado springs. let me know if any questions. thanks.

slayerfish 04-11-2018 07:25 AM

$1000?

bzboy 04-11-2018 09:09 AM

too much? NADA showed $1200.

catchnabuzz 04-12-2018 07:14 AM

No, he's just an ass and has to comment on every post, wether it concerns him or not. Looks like a good trailer at a fair price. GLWS

slayerfish 04-12-2018 07:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by catchnabuzz (Post 2059258)
No, he's just an ass and has to comment on every post, wether it concerns him or not. Looks like a good trailer at a fair price. GLWS

Hey It's got damage!

Besides This forum is freekin dead because people like you never post ANYTHING about ANYTHING-

Bionic Man 04-12-2018 07:42 AM

Iíve seen old roller junk posted on craigslist for more.

I really donít think this forum is a very wide market to sell on. Or is our state. Most people here already have a trailer.

What happened to your boat? Or did you upgrade your trailer as well?


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bzboy 04-12-2018 08:58 AM

still got the same boat. just upgraded the trailer to a dual axle. over kill for our boat i know but we are planning on some long trips with our new RV.

ColoGregS 04-16-2018 12:33 PM

Good move on the upgrade. I am always wondering about that issue. My crestliner is on a single axle also, about 400 lbs under trailer capacity.

Besides the dual axle will track straighter.

Looks like a great deal if a guy is looking for a boat trailer.

ghostman 04-16-2018 12:43 PM

Have you priced putting another axle under that trailer? May be cheaper than going new.

Bionic Man 04-16-2018 12:48 PM

I don't know why they underbuild trailers so badly in the boating industry. I am fine on my little Lund, but my other boat is right at the 7000 pound GVWR of the trailer. Today I am having the bearings and brakes serviced, and noticed that my tires are wearing on the inside because the camber is off, maybe due to the weight.

It certainly would not have cost much more to put the proper trailer under a boat to begin with.......


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