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Old 05-10-2010, 03:38 PM
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where should I begin looking @ new Trailers 23 to 26 ft. Preferably with torsion bar type axle rather than straight bar type.

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I replied to an ad on Craig's List re-'New custom-built Aluminum Boat Trailers' & I think they were called 'Trophy Boat Trailers'- (They probably subcontract to a nearby trailer builder, but mine came out of the Tampa area?)... Anyway I was very impressed w/the quality & price of the Aluminum Triple Torsion Axle Trailer for my heavy old 27' Stamas... We have a local trailer company here called Hi-Tech Trailers & I tried to buy from them- b/c I knew they built a quality trailer, but after getting them to get close on price, they 'jacked it up' ~10% when I was ready to order, so I went w/ Trophy & the trailer I got looks almost identical to what they build locally & I've been very happy w/it...
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Only trailer to ever consider is an Owens and Sons, look it up you won't be disappointed. I just picked up one for my Grady, totally custom made and reasonably priced.
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Jack at Quick Load is a great guy, look up Quick Load trailers. I just dealt with him on my 31ft rebuild. He is a super nice guy and gave me the good ol boy price..

Nothing wrong with O&S I have owned one of those as well....
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I bought two trailers within the last two years, one for my 22' bay boat and another for my 28' Grady. The first one for the 22' came from Champion in Slydel, La. The other one came from Hi-Tech in Panama City, FL. I probably would have purchased the second trailer from Champion, but at the time they didn't sell one large enough for the Grady.
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just bought a new loadmaster aluminum torsion axle from east coast trailers, they will fit the bunks to your boat. great trailer and steve is a super nice guy

http://www.newboattrailer.com/
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Originally Posted by clearlyhooked View Post
where should I begin looking @ new Trailers 23 to 26 ft. Preferably with torsion bar type axle rather than straight bar type.

Thanks, Clearlyhooked
Go to ACE Trailers in Florida. (they have a pop advertisment here on the board) .

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