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06-20-2018 12:45 PM
bzboy
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Originally Posted by Oyey View Post
Hey man, real sorry I never got back with you... I decided against it after careful consideration, but I should have reached out. Good luck... this trailer is a STEAL! You can hardly get the tires for what you're asking.
Hey no problem at all. steal? oh definitely but i have no use for it and i'd rather have someone use it to go fishing than sit around.
06-18-2018 10:13 AM
Oyey Hey man, real sorry I never got back with you... I decided against it after careful consideration, but I should have reached out. Good luck... this trailer is a STEAL! You can hardly get the tires for what you're asking.
06-14-2018 05:39 PM
bzboy
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Originally Posted by TthePikester View Post
Price has been changed, good luck!
thanks for changing title.
06-14-2018 04:02 PM
TthePikester
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Originally Posted by bzboy View Post
Updated price $500. Is there a way to update the title on my add to reflect the price change?
Price has been changed, good luck!
06-14-2018 02:27 PM
bzboy Updated price $500. Is there a way to update the title on my add to reflect the price change?
04-18-2018 03:06 PM
bzboy
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Originally Posted by ghostman View Post
Rat bastages... they do that on purpose to sell more new trailers I suppose.
That and for liability reasons i was told. Cant just slap on an extra axle and call it good.
04-17-2018 02:52 PM
ghostman
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Originally Posted by bzboy View Post
Oyey still available and let me know a good time for you to come look

Yes I did price the cost of adding a second axle and it would have been the same price as a new dual axle trailer so I went with a new one.
Rat bastages... they do that on purpose to sell more new trailers I suppose.
04-17-2018 02:02 PM
bzboy Oyey still available and let me know a good time for you to come look

Yes I did price the cost of adding a second axle and it would have been the same price as a new dual axle trailer so I went with a new one.
04-17-2018 09:50 AM
Oyey I'll be home this weekend, if it's still available, I will try to come take a look.
04-16-2018 01:48 PM
Bionic Man 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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