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    Question LoadRite Trailer Parts Needed

    Sup everyone, I am need of some replacement parts for my LoadRite Double pwc trailer. Now Ive been online trying to find the parts to make the repairs myself but have been unsuccesful. The parts needed are the cross members on the frame that the slides are mounted to. Any help on a place to check for those or if anyone has found a compatible / comparible replacement for those, ANY and ALL help is appreciated!!!!


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    contact kamikazegpr, he used top work for loadrite and still has some connections there

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    parts

    jcanfield, Pm sent

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    PM replyed Thanks for the quick response on this form both of you!!!

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    GREAT!!! Thats what I needed, Ive hit prob 50 sites with no luck so I def appreciate the heads up on this one!!!!!

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    May have found a cheaper alternative but not sure yet??? Just spoke with someone else and I've found some parts for my trailer repairs (if they will work) Now I have a question for someone with a little more exp with PWC trailers etc... Ive needed to replace the crossbars that the bunks are mounted to and have found them (galvanized similar alternative which the seller has noted he has installed before and has made it work) but they are not bent for the shape of the hull. They are just straight pieces of metal the right length and holes drilled for the mounts on the side, but what Im curious is if anyone has ever repositioned the bunks a little higher to compensate fot he straight crossbars rather than the bent. Any help is apprecaited!!!!!

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    The straight pieces will probably work, your ski will just sit up much higher and you will have to back further into the water to launch. if you do not like that opetion, you can find a local metal shop and have them fab what you want for much cheaper than you would think. They should be able to bend them too. Once you get the pieces made, you can find a shop that does galvanizing, again, much cheaper than you would think. Even if you spend a little more money than you would hope, you would know it was right.
    I had a 28 foot trailer sand blasted, $200, a 2x4x8' long piece of metal welded in, and 6 cross members reinforced with top and side plates, $225.00 Had the big azz trailer galvanized for $425.00.
    Do some checking around in your home area, you might be surprised.

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    Thanks for info Kirk!!! That really isnt as much as I thought it may be (as far as galvanizing, and the metal etc) Im goin to look in my area in good ol Va and see what I can come up with. Thanks again for the reply on this!!! Just tryin to get this ski in the water after gettin her runnin so I make a list of TO DO's for the winter (I LOVE PROJECTS!!!!)

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