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Old 11-17-2013   #31
 
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Old 11-20-2013   #32
 
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It looks like you have some metal cross bars on top of what started as an atv trailer?? How did you attach bars and are they removable?

I like the atv type trailer with room for storage below but also can still be used for dirt bikes and general hauling. Plus bigger tires are nice, I'm a little concerned about longevity of 13" tires on some dedicated raft trailers.
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I don’t have any pictures of it opened, but the top is two grids that dissect the trailer lengthwise and are on hinges to open.** The Rapid Rig concept, back it up, dump the boat, move up a couple feet, drop the tailgate and open the two wings to walk in and out of the trailer and load the boat.* Reverse on the way out, it’s slick.** On mine some basic fence gate hardware holds the wings open while loading/unloading. *The wings are removable, the pegs on the wing slide into the hinge holes on the trailer with an opposing peg at the end to hold it in, if that makes sense.*** Or it comes with a crossbar that fixes the wings in an upright position if I needed a tall trailer to haul a bunch of boxes or something.** It’s kind of a jack of all trades.****

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Mine was built by a fishing guide that came up with the design, he has since sold it to Mirage and they sell them through Cascade.** They probably have more pictures.***
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Mine was built by a fishing guide that came up with the design, he has since sold it to Mirage and they sell them through Cascade.** They probably have more pictures.***
And that's why it looks vaguely familiar to me. I've stared at Cascade's catalog enough I should've seen it sooner. I think their newer ones have rounded corners and some diamond plate.
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Here's the link. I've been studying it since osprey replied back (thx much Osprey). Nice but pretty expensive

https://www.cascadeoutfitters.com/in...=2193&framein=
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Yeah, seems like they put them on sale once a year but still. When i saw mine pop up used a few years ago i knew i had to jump on it. I still can't believe the new ones don't have a winch.
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three sections of motorized conveyor, bobbed one on an angle and welded it to the back end of the other two. Removed about 70% of the rollers for weight saving. bolted it right on top of my drift boat trailer and away we go. last to arrive at the launch- first one ready. one man loading at the take out. Civilized....
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three sections of motorized conveyor, bobbed one on an angle and welded it to the back end of the other two. Removed about 70% of the rollers for weight saving. bolted it right on top of my drift boat trailer and away we go. last to arrive at the launch- first one ready. one man loading at the take out. Civilized....
Very nice! What kind of bag(s) are on the front of your boat? Look very appealing.
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Barney Bag- made somewhere near Portland, OR- they are the bomb, throw it in, zip it shut and the whole enchilada straps down. nets are for fishin!
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My teardrop Trailer with Aire on top
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