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    Randy11023's Avatar
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    Aug 2008
    Kearney Missouri

    Buying VS building

    What the better way for a trailer? Cheapest way?

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    Jan 2007
    Brigantine, NJ
    trailers are always available cheeeep, you might be able to buy materials to build cheaper, but once you start adding in cost for your time...
    its cheaper to buy.
    plus its easier to register.

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    Evansville, IN
    i got my 04 Triton single place with torsion suspension for $400

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    Buy one , I was going to build one but the parts were more than I got my 03 shore lander for 300$ and I didn't have to deal with the DMV on a home built
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  5. #5
    buying is cheaper. building is better.

  6. #6
    Depends on Who's building!

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