Floe makes one for thier trailers that is an aluminum frame and hard plastic where you drive off. I own one for my Floe, they cost more than the little plastice curved ones but the extra money to me was better than having to remove the salt shield and carry the ramp around or dropping the tounge to drive off.
Also if you own a Sled Bed I know they make on that has the diamond plate look.
The one that you have pictured I have seen a few times in MI, not bad functionality.
It's a brand new 20ft 4-place Remeq Trailer.
just looking for the best deal I can get on what I need to make it right and keep it that way. ie: salt shield/ramp (don't want to always be carrying the one it came with around), Traction mats and ski guides.
SWRules Everone here seems very knowledgeable and helpful so I am ask for opinions.
Paddle grabber Dan can hook you up with all you'll need for your traction mats. He has a patented system that is very inexpensive. triton trailers is conctracted with him. I'm sending you a pm now.
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