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2018 Sport Trail Trailer for 22 TE - SOLD!

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Brand new dual axle sport trail trailer without brakes for $4,700.  This trailer has never even had a boat on it.  I ordered it for my 2004 22 TE a few weeks ago and then Tuesday 07/10 purchased a 24 TE and this trailer will not fit it so I am selling it unused.  I haven't picked it up yet so i don't have pictures but will be able to send pictures tomorrow to anyone interested.  Located in Bay St. Louis MS

$4,700 OBO with no wait time

 

two two 8 - 332 - three 170

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Price Dropped to $4,400 OBO.  For those unfamiliar with sport trail, this is the highest end trailer you can buy.  All components are welded, this thing is like a work of art.  Dimensions are set to a jig to perfectly fit your particular application

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On 7/12/2018 at 11:39 AM, jcchapot said:

Brand new dual axle sport trail trailer without brakes for $4,700.  This trailer has never even had a boat on it.  I ordered it for my 2004 22 TE a few weeks ago and then Tuesday 07/10 purchased a 24 TE and this trailer will not fit it so I am selling it unused.  I haven't picked it up yet so i don't have pictures but will be able to send pictures tomorrow to anyone interested.  Located in Bay St. Louis MS

$4,700 OBO with no wait time

 

two two 8 - 332 - three 170

I would contact one of the local dealers in Florida, TX, Alabama, etc. ..AMeratrail is the house trailer...but, for the right price they might have someone who is interested....the AT are $$$$

 

dc

 

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IMHO, Sport Trail is at least on a par with Ameratrail, if not even better!  Those two trailers are at the top of the heap! 

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Im so surprised this hasn't sold. These trailers are on par with ameratrail, and by the looks of that bunk setup I think it will load better than an ameratrail. 

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1 hour ago, D-linesider said:

It looks like a great trailer, but not having brakes might be contributing to it not selling. 

That is what I have been thinking.  

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I have had a few people ask about the brakes.  Its so flat where I tow and with a truck i have never had issues stopping the boat on a trailer without brakes.

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It is more a question of what the law requires.   In Georgia, for instance, a trailer with a GVWR of over 3000 lbs is required to have brakes on all wheels.  For example, on my Ameratrail tandem axle, I have 4 brakes, so it is legal.  It probably wouldn't make for a good situation if someone had an accident involving the trailer and it didn't have brakes.  

It would also be a question of how far the boat is normally trailered.  If a few miles to a ramp, that is one thing.  But if you're hitting the interstate for 50 or 75 miles on a regular basis, I wouldn't consider a trailer for towing a 22 Pathfinder without brakes.

 

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