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    No more Northtrail PWC trailers?

    I found out today LB Moore (manufacturers of Northtrail) are not making PWC trailers any longer. Quite the popular brand here in Canada.

    I'm sure I'm not alone but I have had a few of their trailers and prefer them over most other brands.

    Any other brand suggestions that are similar in look and quality as their 1200lb capacity single black cradle trailer? Yacht Club is the closest I've seen but they seem to have a really long neck compared to the Northtrail.


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    They look identical to trailers made in Norcross, GA called COMFAB Trailers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowmanzx1 View Post
    They look identical to trailers made in Norcross, GA called COMFAB Trailers.

    They are certainly similar, but it may prove difficult finding a dealer out this way.

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    Boog, don't get a shoreland'r or if you do just rip all the wiring out and get new sealed LED lights.

    My 2012 shit the stock lights in 4 months, replaced under warranty and shit themselves again.

    I'd be going for a triton. Have two friends with them and both love em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E.v View Post
    Boog, don't get a shoreland'r or if you do just rip all the wiring out and get new sealed LED lights.

    My 2012 shit the stock lights in 4 months, replaced under warranty and shit themselves again.

    I'd be going for a triton. Have two friends with them and both love em.

    My first trailer was a Shoreland'r and I had great luck with it. I always disconnect the power when putting the trailer in water even if it has submersible lights so I've never really ran into an issue

    The dealer I'm dealing with only has Triton Blaze trailers availabe and I have never been a huge fan of the look of them, I'm sure they're great trailers but I had my mind set on a galvanized black trailer lol

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    Triton trailers a really nice. I have a 2010 Elite model single place trailer. Has the torsion suspension no leaf springs rides smooth.

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