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Old 01-05-2010, 06:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have to go to enfield to pick a sled. I will be coming through Maine to Portsmoutgh and up to Enfield. Where could I get a real good deal on a 10ft clam trailer thats loaded up?
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I have to go to enfield to pick a sled. I will be coming through Maine to Portsmoutgh and up to Enfield. Where could I get a real good deal on a 10ft clam trailer thats loaded up?[/b]
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I picked up a 10 foot clam shell completely loaded at the "Trailer Outlet" in Tilton NH. He's off Rt 3 heading into Laconia from 93.

It's a nice package, heavy duty torsion axle, wishbone tongue, PT decking, galvanized wheels, mats and ski guides for $2250.00 w/ 20 day temp tag. That was end of the season prices this past March, have no idea what prime season prices are. I do know that typically his prices are hard to beat and the owner is a darn nice guy.

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If you're considering new:

I picked up a 10 foot clam shell completely loaded at the "Trailer Outlet" in Tilton NH. He's off Rt 3 heading into Laconia from 93.

It's a nice package, heavy duty torsion axle, wishbone tongue, PT decking, galvanized wheels, mats and ski guides for $2250.00 w/ 20 day temp tag. That was end of the season prices this past March, have no idea what prime season prices are. I do know that typically his prices are hard to beat and the owner is a darn nice guy.[/b]
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You could check the Snow Traveler. I've been looking at 4 place enclosed trailers and there was at least 3 places with prices listed in it.
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If your coming through Maine call Scotts Recreation in manchester next to augusta... HCS advertiser and awesome prices - he sells Mission trailers
I just bought an inline nobody could touch his price.

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I have been working with got all week on a deal. He has to charge me the sales taxes. I think the the NH dealers won't have to charge the tax.
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I have been working with got all week on a deal. He has to charge me the sales taxes. I think the the NH dealers won't have to charge the tax.[/b]
I think if you weight the odds (his trailer quality,price with tax) to some others you will be best off with him... i dont know what the trailer outlet sells nowadays but i bought a clam there a few years back and it was a generic hunk-o-junk !!!

I know... maybe scott could deliver it to NH? wink wink
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If you're considering new:

I picked up a 10 foot clam shell completely loaded at the "Trailer Outlet" in Tilton NH. He's off Rt 3 heading into Laconia from 93.

It's a nice package, heavy duty torsion axle, wishbone tongue, PT decking, galvanized wheels, mats and ski guides for $2250.00 w/ 20 day temp tag. That was end of the season prices this past March, have no idea what prime season prices are. I do know that typically his prices are hard to beat and the owner is a darn nice guy.[/b]
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scotts recreation, buy the mission crossover, great design versus a clam for not much more money
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Short money or not, I know when I am ready to buy again it will be a Seld Dock. My buddys Sled Dock is one beautiful trailer. Those guys in Nottingham make one fine piece of aluminum kit.
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