10-17-2012, 06:46 PM #1
Triton Trailer w/ Torsion suspension. Dallas Fort Worth
Lightweight and strong Triton Aluminum Trailer with a four cord rubber torsion axle for a smoother ride and suspension protection from the elements. This trailer is a workhorse for one seater up to three seater PWC's. The cradled design and all the adjustability will provide many years of worry free use and it tows like a dream.
• 2" Coupler with Safety chains equipped with spring loaded clips and lock pin with wire hoop (#1450 for the coupler for added safety when hauling
• Fully adjustable 60" bunks, adjust from side to side, from front to back, and also change the bunk angles
• Axles are galvanized for better long-term protection from the elements.
• Molded and protected wire harness for years of worry free use, long life, and no splices to fail
• Four cord rubber torsion axles for durability, smooth ride and independent suspension.
• Rubber grommeted trailer lights for absorbing light impacts
• Sure Lube® grease system delivers fresh grease to both inner and outer bearings for extending bearing life
• Protective vinyl molded keel guards
• All welded aluminum frame
• Tough molded plastic fenders
• Dual Cradle frame design for a lower hauling profile and for easier launching
• Adjustable winch post with non-marring bow rollers
• Aluminum extrusions used throughout the trailer for strength, multiple functionality, and durability
easiest way to contact me is text at 817-832-8013
Last edited by meirvin; 10-26-2012 at 03:04 PM.
11-19-2012, 08:14 PM #2
Bump and price drop $725
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