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a guy is selling a 10' x 101" duralite aluminum trailer. 1998 tilt bed, two place, new spare tire, ski guides and rubber mat. Torsion bar suspension. Would $800 be to much to pay? I think it may be a little high, what would you pay? In his defense, it's in really good shape.
 

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Is that Canadian or US dollars.\

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dood-it's cheap!!be a buyer.it's about $200 under the market.
 

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If the trailer is in good shape you better jump on that deal quick....if you don't....let me know.
 

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Yup. What they said.

If you don't want it, let us know.
 

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Flip it up on it's side and check the under side closely where the axle is mounted to the alumium frame, aluminum doesn't rust but will corrode just as fast or faster than steel, I have heard of some trailers not very old that the axel has detached from the trailer due to corrosion, my 2 year old sled bed has some issues with cracked welds that I need to deal with before snow flies.
 

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Yeah that souinds like a great deal with ski-guides and mats. I am selling a 96' for $850... and nobody has said thats too unreasonable...
 
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