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Author: Zachery Anderson (zachery.ander...@gmail.com) contact the author
Subject: Trailer Options
Info: (8592 views) Posted: Monday 8-17-15 02:41:37 PM
I went through the same search 5 years ago or so. I could not find a bay area builder. I bought mine from trail-rite and paid a few hundred bucks for someone to deliver it. No problems with our trail-rite trailer.

Z

:: Hi Everyone,
::
:: I figured I would ping the message board and see what
:: other folks have done regarding replacing their
:: trailers. I am going to buy a new trailer and I have
:: called trail-rite and they can certainly do the job. The
:: only issue I have is that it is a long way to go from
:: Hood River to buy a trailer, especially when I have no
:: reason to go to the LA area other than to pick up a
:: trailer.
::
:: Has anyone found a good solid trailer builder in the bay
:: area? I have family there and I am going to be at
:: Nationals, so this would be the best of both worlds.
:: Ideally the company would have already built a couple of
:: replacement trailers for the E 27 so I am not
:: re-inventing the wheel.
::
:: Also, my current trailer would make a good yard trailer.
:: Frankly it is probably a fine trailer for towing as well
:: but I need a bit better trailer since I am planning on
:: doing a fair bit of trailering/ramp launching. This is
:: all in hoes of getting to the bay area next year for
:: some races as well as camper sailing the boat.
::
:: The other thing I wanted to see about is whether there
:: would there be any interest in my current trailer once I
:: get a new trailer?
::
:: Thanks in advance for the responses.
::
:: Jason

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