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    I just bought a new trailer and it was such a pleasure dealing with them through the build that I feel compelled to recommend them. The build quality is great, the price was very fair, but the service and dedication to making sure I was satisfied was awesome.

    I can definitely recommend them.

    Here is their website: www.oldglorytrailers.com
    CC Rider
    '94 Carolina Classic 25
    Volvo 7.4l carb, DP

  • #2
    i'm thinking of getting a trailer for my 98 cc 25. what are your recommendations about components, axles, etc...and estimated cost?

    jeff

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    • #3
      I went with:

      Aluminum, tri-axle, bunk, 10,500 lb gvw (~9000 lb load)
      Torsion axles
      Stainless hardware
      LED lights
      Disc brakes on 2 axles
      Kodiak stainless steel calipers
      Silver cadmium plated discs
      Electric over hydraulic braking system (not for everybody, some prefer surge)
      Galvanized wheels
      Boat guides

      A few features that were included are 2 speed hand winch, diamond plate fenders and aluminum no-skid steps.

      I feel bad about posting their prices online but can tell you based on my research they were $2-3k under the major manufacturers for the same trailer.

      They also set it up for my 25 after Mac sent them the hull drawings. It fits perfectly so I'm sure they can produce the same set-up for you. BTW, they sent it to me with the bow bunks set high which works for storing it (so water drains), but I will lower them before pulling it any distance.

      I can give you more info if you PM me.
      Last edited by CC Rider; 02-07-2007, 02:16 PM.
      CC Rider
      '94 Carolina Classic 25
      Volvo 7.4l carb, DP

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