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Old 04-02-2014   #61
 
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That is perfect. Where did you purchase and if you don't mind how much did it set you back? Looking for one ASAP.

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Old 04-02-2014   #62
 
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That is perfect. Where did you purchase and if you don't mind how much did it set you back? Looking for one ASAP.
I know RiverboatWorks in Salida had a comparable trailer available in the not too distant past, I think it is around 1400 brand spankin new. Its a big nut but totally turnkey, you won't be re-rigging someone else's jerry-rigged trailer (like mine...).
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Old 04-02-2014   #63
 
Jackson County, Oregon
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trailer info

The decking is plywood, but it has a layer of waterproof paint or something along those lines.

The roller appears to be some sort of steel. Sorry, not exactly sure.

All the info can be found here:

Versamax series Flatbed Trailers for sale in Oregon - Washington

I purchased it at a local retailer where I live, price was roughly $2,300 with the roller and winch. I'm sure you can find cheaper trailers, but I like that brand. The other trailer (4x8' utility) in the background is the same brand, is 8 years old and is still going strong. I added some 2x10"x10' with carpet and hauled my boat for years with it. I'm hoping for easier loading and unloading with the flatbed. No underneath storage, so that's a trade-off, but I'll just travel with the boat loaded, ready to go.
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Old 04-02-2014   #64
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I just like the back drop in that picture Vandy!
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Old 04-02-2014   #65
 
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I've seen a couple double decked trailers that sure looked handy, looked much better than stacking boats. with upper deck supported out of stake pockets so removable.
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Old 04-03-2014   #66
 
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Nothing special about the trailer except the colors.
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Old 04-03-2014   #67
 
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Another Project Done - Raft Trailer

Just got done with my trailer build.

The oar box in the back is the way to go, lets you lock them up and not worry about them in route. Another cool trick is using elevator bolts for the plywood.
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Old 04-03-2014   #68
 
Eagle River, Alaska
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Sawtooth Welding

Bomb diggity, we'll see how she holds up! Only 2k on it so far
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Old 04-03-2014   #69
 
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So far 12 last year total and 12 this month so far. Thanks to several peeps on here as well as word of mouth elsewhere.
We have sold them in CA, ID, and UT since Feb.

we have refined them a little and offer winches, lockabkle storage underneath color combos, as you can see by judds Bronco trailer. (not sure after the SB if that is a good idea LOL)

We have more pics to add to our site and are building 5 right now.

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Old 04-03-2014   #70
 
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Just got done with my trailer build. The oar box in the back is the way to go, lets you lock them up and not worry about them in route. Another cool trick is using elevator bolts for the plywood.
Did you build that trailer or have it built for you?
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