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    Trailer for 2 Seadoos

    Dealer offered me a Triton elite wc2-13 or a Shorelander pwc2213-13.

    They are the same price which do I chose for a 2 ski trailer.

    For a GTX iS Limited 09 and a RXT-X 08.

    Thanks!!!!


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    I like the aluminum...Resale is much higher also.

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    Triton...

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    I agree, go with the Triton... holds up better in saltwater too

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    The Triton Elite WC-2 is an excellent trailer.

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    I just got a WCII also and its awesome. Before that I had a WCI single place. Either way triton is the way to go. No paint, No rust, Lightweight. Make sure you get the bigger tire upgrade. Most recommend the 13". Thats what I got and the trailer is super beefy.

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    The trition is a very good trailer and I agree with all the above statments. GO WITH THE TRITON. Good luck.

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    Good deal that you got one you are happy with. I like Shorelanders, but I will never own another painted one.

    FYI to everyone, galvinized or aluminum is the only way to go (salt or no salt, painted trailers rust).

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    Wow thanks for all the responses. I will go with the Triton! Thanks!!!

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    Isn't the Triton a bolt together trailer as opposed to a Shorelander being a welded together trailer? Torsional strength of a welded trailer versus a bolt together trailer? Do you do extensive trailering miles with your PWCs?
    Other things to consider. Since your profile states you are from the upper Midwest, salt water use may be of no concern. Do you leave the trailer inside or outside year round? Environmental elements can be more detrimental to the condition of a trailer as opposed to backing it into the water during the warmer months in the upper Midwest.

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