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    Looking to get out of my current double loadrite wv2200 (2007 model) for something a little newer/stronger/better..

    Anyone have experience with the "heavy duty" wc2450? I can get one for $1449 new. Is there anything else around that price range that makes better sense?

    The wv2450 has a capacity of 2450 lbs, torsion suspension, fully welded, 12" radial tires.. Down side is that it is galvanized..

    Thanks for your help!


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    Down side of galvanized? Don't like the look?

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    Galvanized vs aluminum is what I meant.

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    Look at these trailers they are the best heavyduty pwc trailers I have ever seen http://www.roadkingtrailers.com/ Tommy Jordan

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    Go for a Triton!!!!! Elite WCII

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    I cannot find either the road king or triton close to the price of the load rite in my area. The road king isn't torsion, but does look to have a truck style leaf spring setup. I certainly like the triton elite as I currently have a single elite and know they are nice. But I can't get one local for a price that makes sense. ($2400+)

    I carry two fx ho units and my current wv2200 just doesn't have the backbone that I feel it should for the task. I usually trailer a little over 100 miles each way to play and want something more substantial holding my skis.

    Two things I don't like about the load rite wv2450. The bunk mounts are welded instead of bolted on. They look like a week point to me. Second, they call it a fully welded frame, but still looks like they have a single bolt where the sides come together to the tongue. It may be wedded there too, but it's not "fully" welded in my book.

    Nobody here has a wv2450?

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    Well, supposedly there is a dealer two hours away with an elite wcii for $1900. Includes aluminum 13" wheels but I think bias ply tires. Guy was supposed to confirm and get back this evening, but I didn't hear back.

    Not sure which way to go.. aluminum with 115 lbs less capacity for $450 more or use the $450 for fuel.. decisions, decisions..

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    For that kind of money...($2400+) ... could this be an option? I love mine! http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=152314

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjldad View Post
    Well, supposedly there is a dealer two hours away with an elite wcii for $1900. Includes aluminum 13" wheels but I think bias ply tires. Guy was supposed to confirm and get back this evening, but I didn't hear back.

    Not sure which way to go.. aluminum with 115 lbs less capacity for $450 more or use the $450 for fuel.. decisions, decisions..
    I have that exact setup and love it!!!!!!

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    Well.. Finally got a call back from my guy..

    It's a new 2012 Elite WCII model with the 12" Aluminum wheels and radial tires for $1900..
    Went ahead and purchased for pickup later..
    Bad move to go with the 12" wheels and tires? I see the 12" has a higher load rating than the 13"

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