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    Aluminum 17,18',19' bunk trailer.

    SOLD!

    It should handle 17,18,19' boat no problem. This is on my 17' Whaler Montauk trailer for sale. It is a very nice and clean with no corrosion aluminum bunk trailer. New bunks with poly covers, new bow stop, good tires with galv wheels (no brakes) all lights work. Originally it had an STV Euro on it with different bunks.
    It handles the Whaler with the heavy 4stroke which weighs in at around 2300lbs wet. The transferable registration says 2950lbs.

    **Reason for selling ordered a new and different style trailer with swing tongue to put boat in the garage.

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    NOTE: It is registered as a 2014 homemade because when I got it did not have papers.
    The new trailer will not be here for a couple of weeks so if you are in a rush the deal will not work.

    $950 come get it or Frank can deliver.
    Tony
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    You have a garage? I think your gonna need a 13' whaler

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    I hope.... I think I have it all figured out at 19'2"......someone told me the garage was 19'6"... or will be cutting a pocket for the engine in some room wall....

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    Do you still have the STD hardware and bunks ? Thanks Mike
    Cheaters never Win !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tunnelmike View Post
    Do you still have the STD hardware and bunks ? Thanks Mike
    Sorry, I do not.
    The bunks themself were 2X6X8', the uprights were 3"x3"x approximately 12" high aluminum tube with a 6"x6"x3/8 welded flange. They were bolted to the same brackets I'm using for the bunks so it is not hard or expensive to convert again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tux974 View Post
    I hope.... I think I have it all figured out at 19'2"......someone told me the garage was 19'6"... or will be cutting a pocket for the engine in some room wall....

    Boy now you are making me wish I measured twice

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    Quote Originally Posted by vnemous View Post
    Boy now you are making me wish I measured twice
    I'm sure your measurements are correct and much appreciated! I also think the wall pocket for a few inches if needed may not be ruled out.....
    What sucks is I needed to buy a new trailer with swing tongue, could not cut my aluminum.

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    Well I did have a 12' ruler and I think it was 12 + 7'6" or was it 6'6"? Now Im confused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vnemous View Post
    Well I did have a 12' ruler and I think it was 12 + 7'6" or was it 6'6"? Now Im confused.
    ...I think the 19'6" is correct or we will make it fit somehow....

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    Boating time coming soon.

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    New trailer came in so this one is ready. It would not be hard to cover for a tunnel boat.
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