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Old 02-16-2011, 02:07 PM   #21 (permalink)
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The sled shield is available. I was contacted and they are getting back to me with pricing. They aren't sure if they can sell direct or if they need to go thru a distributer. I will post when I find out.
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They do sell them. Below is the correspondence I have had. Pricing does not include hardware but it is available.
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We sell them, blowout special 129.00 per half cover (2 cover a sled) plus freight. If you want to post these as well you have our approval to do so.

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I have a Toy Carrier shell. Yeah, it sort of looks like a port-a-potti but I'm the ones who gets the last laugh when I get 18 miles per gallon towing my sled!!
You could literally throw a cinderblock at this thing and nothing would happen to it.

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[QUOTE=apex55;5665285]They do sell them. Below is the correspondence I have had. Pricing does not include hardware but it is available.
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We sell them, blowout special 129.00 per half cover (2 cover a sled) plus freight. If you want to post these as well you have our approval to do so.

Is this for a single cover? What are the dimensions?
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Old 02-17-2011, 04:09 PM   #25 (permalink)
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here are the dimensions i got from them. I think im going to buy a set.


Here are the dimensions:

Height 56'
Length 72.45" per Unit
Width 50.5"
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That's a good price for a cover but it wouldn't fit on my single place trailer. My Yacht Club 10 foot single place is 50 inches wide and 120 long. I had a Aluminum cover made for my trailer in NH by Sled Dock, he did a great job and even installed it, Cost about one thousand dollars. Tows great behind my VW but I don't get much more than 18 MPG, sometimes I get low 20's towing if I keep the speed down.
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here are the dimensions i got from them. I think im going to buy a set.


Here are the dimensions:

Height 56'
Length 72.45" per Unit
Width 50.5"
Thats 145" long Jackson....That seems a bit much, or do the 2 halves overlap eachother quite a bit?
Doesn't sound right.
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Thats 145" long Jackson....That seems a bit much, or do the 2 halves overlap eachother quite a bit?
Doesn't sound right.
They do overlap. Also apparently you can cut them so they will be shorter.
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Can you post some pictures of the actual cover being sold
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Old 02-18-2011, 02:33 PM   #30 (permalink)
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I got a reply on the shipping and its not cheap at all. Unless you live close enough to pick it up the shipping really changes the deal quite a bit.
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