Where I sled: I like to find the fun spots were nobody else would go
There are many good brands, just remember that you get what you pay for. I know I will catch some flack, but I would stay away from the R & R line of trailers, I almost bought one two years ago but was steered away by several unhappy owners. I have a 4 place enclosed Renegade and had a open Triton and loved them both.
77 polaris colt 340
78 artic cat el tigre 440
96 formula sl 500
98 formula z 583
02 mxz 700
current 05 Renegade-X 600 SDI w/1.75 track
04 GSX 500ss (wife)
Originally posted by JasonF@Oct 5 2004, 09:51 AM There are many good brands, just remember that you get what you pay for.* I know I will catch some flack, but I would stay away from the R & R line of trailers,
I agree, I used to have an R&R and about half the welds on the frame broke...
I have a '99 Triton now and it seems to be holding up pretty good...
Primary Sled: 2003 REVegade X 800, 2007 Summit X 800R
Where I sled: Oregon/Washington and northern MI
I checked them all and FLOE is or is near the best when it comes to build quality. They cost more buy check the welds underneath - what you CAN'T see is what matters most!!! http://www.floeintl.com/snowmobile_trailer..._structure.html
Compare that to any other trailer (they weld only two sides on cross beams). You get what you pay for.