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atv/utility trailer

sunrise lipripper

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Talk about ironic.
I am looking at an 82"x144" all aluminum trailer made by Bear Track. My dad has one, and its one heck of a trailer.
They are manufactured in Evansville. I am going to the plant next Friday to scope it out for my final decision.
Although, I think I have already made up my mind.

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I have spent the last month doing exactly that also. Although my trailering needs might be a bit different then your's. I need to haul 2 ATVs or 2 sleds or one of each, and two Polar sports, these are 6 ft tubs on the 3 man and 4 man houses.

I looked at a lot of the 82"x 12' trailers out there and many of them are really junk. Not to mention they were to small for what I needed. I found some Aluma trailers that I started looking at, their A315 is a sweet trailer with lots of options, and this is what I WAS going to get. But after some searching, I found a 3 place Aluma snowmobile trailer, with 13" highway radials and salt shield for about the same price. This trailer is 102" wide and is 14'+2'V. The options are endless with this type of trailer. Its a drive on/off with ramps on the front. It also has a sliding T-rail system in the bed so you can add tie down hooks where ever you need them.

The snowmibile trailers are readily available and at this time of the year you can find some great deals. If you're interested in an Aluma trailer I know just the guy for you to go talk to.
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