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need input/opinion

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by kgillyk5, Nov 30, 2005.

  1. kgillyk5

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    never heard of 'em...

    is the "2000" the year it was made or a model/manufacturer name?


    for $1500 I'd hope it was something that was a little newer... I paid $1800 for my 2005 w/new everything... at least that way I knew what I'd screwed up on it...
     
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    Yes. 2000 is the year. I figured if it was clean I would go up to $1000. I see some new trailers on ebay for $1400...16'+2' beaver tail, just not sure of the quality.

    ebay trailer
     
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    hmmm....

    that ebay one looks really cheap to me... uses the cheap fenders (the teardrop ones cost more), the hitch is probably okay, but I don't like that style as much as I do the Bulldog wrap around ones, and they sell it with used tires on it...

    but, they did go ahead and plate the dovetail, I'd love to do that to mine, just for looks... the boards work good enough.

    I'd try and talk the guy down on the one you're going to look at before I bought the one on ebay...
     
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    I was the first to look at it so he isn't budgin' much. I'll let him sit on it awhile then make my offer again. It was built locally and looks to be put together well.
     
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    that's the way to do it...

    good luck on finding one
     

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