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Trailer Deals?

I'm looking to add a trailer to the track/race hauling setup. I'm thinking a 7x12 or 14 V-nose would be appropriate. Anyone know of any deals? I'm looking on fleabay and the CCS/WERA boards right now. I haven't really seen anything that jumped out at me.

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buddy of mine, he can get you pretty much anything, just gotta call and ask, his website is pretty lame, as he does it all himself.
I'll give him a ring Tuesday. I'm really digging this one

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We are going to be selling our enclosed hallmark trailer. Its a 6*15 that is a v-nose. 6*12 but the 15 comes from the v-nose part.

2003 model year that is still in great shape. Can post pictures in the morning.

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We are going to be selling our enclosed hallmark trailer. Its a 6*15 that is a v-nose. 6*12 but the 15 comes from the v-nose part.

2003 model year that is still in great shape. Can post pictures in the morning.

Let me know if interested.
Definitely! Shoot me a PM with some more info!

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Here is where I was looking when I was in the market. Some nice things in here>

http://www.racingjunk.com/search?act...r&resultsPP=20

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For the right price I might be willing to sell you my beast.




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You should just give that trailer to me instead of letting it go to waste this year. Oh wait, my POS car can't tow it.

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I've got the same exact 2 toolboxes

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Well thats good at least you know they will fit nicely on the v-nose shelf up front. come pick her up she's sitting here a few miles from autobahn at the moment.




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Mines dual axle with brakes




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I take a picture of the inside but shit from the garage is in there. Only in the trailer is two strapless stands and we stack stuff on the floors normally. Not shelfs or anything in the trailer, we kept it simple.

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I really wish I could tow an enclosed trailer. it would make things so much nicer

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I really wish I could tow an enclosed trailer. it would make things so much nicer
You could if you wern't too cheap to buy your own vehicle instead fo that company car. It's the price you pay for living in the city.




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Well I may be buying something new/bigger this summer. Maybe I'll get a 2car garage. We'll see.

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I take a picture of the inside but shit from the garage is in there. Only in the trailer is two strapless stands and we stack stuff on the floors normally. Not shelfs or anything in the trailer, we kept it simple.
Is the interior finished or naked plywood? And by strapless stands, do you mean those really nifty ones that go through the rear axle?

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The is naked plywood with posters of Rossi and such stapled to the wood, ha ha

The strapless stand are the nifty ones you talk of. We are going to take those with us, but anything is for sale for the right price I'm sure.

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7x12 or 7x14 V-nose are often used for 2 to 3 sleds. Depending on your timing, you might want to check the snowmobile forums. Lots of guys selling trailers below market in spring or summer. Especially in markets where the economy is soft.

I picked up a low miles 2 yr old Triton in very clean condition for less than half of what the seller paid...
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I have a question, could i haul a 5X8 enclosed trailer with my 4dr 1999 buick lesabre V6 i think its the 3400 engine and would i need a class 1 or class 2 hitch?
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