I bought it from Terry's Truck and RV in Mountain Home, ID. It's not cheap. I paid $2450 including tax, spare tire, etc. But when I ordered, he said the price was going up soon due to the price of aluminum. I got the impression they don't sell very many. C&B made the trailer after I placed my order. It took 2 or 3 weeks to get it. It's a really nice trailer. The tongue is long enough to put a motorcycle rack on it. It has a 3500lb axle. It has neat lights all over. I've put over 2000 miles on it since I got it mid-march and it's been great. It came with mud flaps, they already fell off, but other than that, it's my favorite new boating toy.
I had a roller on my last trailer. They are nice, for the first boat. I have two 12.5' sotar cats. They are easy to just lift on the trailer, so I don't really miss the roller. But I probably would if I had a heavier raft.
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