Aluminum folding boat trailers

Submitted: Friday, Feb 04, 2011 at 00:53
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Hello all,
I’m just after an opinion from anyone who has had any experience with either of these two Aluminum folding boat trailers - The Almac from Bunderberg - or the Mangrove Jack from West Australia. Both claim to have the capacity to carry my 3.8mt aluminum dingy which I estimate to be about 180/190 kg (boat, motor, fuel and all gear). The distance towing should not be great, they both look the goods. The man from Mangrove Jacks says I will need the (optional extension and also the optional winch ), whereas the Almac looks a bit better balanced and includes the winch. Not having been able to do any comparisons myself, I am just wondering if there is anyone who might shed some light.
Many thanks Harry.
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Reply By: Ern & Kez - Friday, Feb 11, 2011 at 05:36

Friday, Feb 11, 2011 at 05:36
Gooday Harry and Jan,
I have looked into them all. I am going for the Barcoo Real Ezy from Maclean. It has it all, suspension is no.1 and if you want to travel with it, well, its going to handle it unlike some others. It just seems top of the range and worth the extra 800.00 or so. Good luck guys which ever way you go.
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