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    Triton Single Trailers.

    Anyone have any experiance with the Triton trailer lines?

    Was wondering about the cot and worth for 1100 for a single. Been using a barrowed one and so far its great but damn 1100 msrp.


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    dealer invoice is 750 so u have plenty of room to neg. if that your thing. It helps if you know someone that can get you a good deal or find a place that does a lot of volume, theyre usually cheaper there.

    Im pickin mine up saterday

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skips313 View Post
    Anyone have any experiance with the Triton trailer lines?

    Was wondering about the cot and worth for 1100 for a single. Been using a barrowed one and so far its great but damn 1100 msrp.
    Skip, Get hold of Shhr (Scott) he is a dealer for Triton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skips313 View Post
    Anyone have any experience with the Triton trailer lines?

    Was wondering about the cost and worth for $1100 for a single...
    I have a Triton Elite WC-2, double PWC trailer.

    Nicely made, tows very nicely with the torsion axle (which I recommend).

    I think you will find most Triton owners are happy with them, especially the torsion axle models.

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    Skip I wish I had known I would have had Harry bring you one

    which single are you looking for the Elite or LTWCI

    for 1100 I would think that is the Elite with the 4.8 x 12C tires

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    I've been trying to buy a Triton single trailer for two weeks in Houston. The "regional representative" never answers the phone and never returns calls. And the local "dealers" only have one or two base models and refuse to order one for me. I simply cannot understand how I can walk into a "dealer" with cash in hand and get turned away because they will not order the trailer I want.

    Customer service sucks and I'm looking at other brands now. What a dissapointment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    I've been trying to buy a Triton single trailer for two weeks in Houston. The "regional representative" never answers the phone and never returns calls. And the local "dealers" only have one or two base models and refuse to order one for me. I simply cannot understand how I can walk into a "dealer" with cash in hand and get turned away because they will not order the trailer I want.

    Customer service sucks and I'm looking at other brands now. What a dissapointment.
    http://www.bigtextrailers.com/index.html#
    Here's the brand I've been using , they don't currently have line of PWC trailers but they do custom build.

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    I would go with Shorelander

    http://www.shorelandr.com/pages/t_mo....aspx?type=pwc

    Their trailers are much beefier than Triton. The Triton all aluminum
    flexes and welds can break. You don't need the lightness advantage
    with these small jetski's. They also are not drop down frame so the
    ski's sit much higher. Higher center of gravity in not a good thing.

    They're made in Iowa, I'm sure you could get one in Houston.

    I went with galvanized since I'm in Salt. They supplied the Goodyear
    13" steel belted radial trailer tire with mine. About 3000 miles in last
    year and zero problems. I did put LED lights on it, super sharp now
    for only $100 for a double light set.

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    I have a triton single. I think it is the LXT model. I like it because it tows so easy/very light being alum so I can tow with a small car if need be.
    I can't see welds breaking anytime soon as it is so lightly stressed as a single. Maybe on a heavily loaded double the welds would be a problem. I do agree a drop trailer is a nice feature i wish I had.

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    Talked to yet another Triton dealer in Houston. Said he would "look into it" and call me back in 30 minutes. That was 4 hours ago.

    I wonder if corporate knows this is going on...

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