ISO Tandem axle trailer for 24'

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade / Wanted Forum' started by paplae, May 4, 2019.

  1. paplae

    paplae Member

    Ideally located on Van Island but not a deal breaker.
    Elec or surge brakes
    Galvanized preferred
     
  2. dmurph

    dmurph Well-Known Member

    I will most likely be selling mine in the near future, just crunching some numbers on a new one. What weight capacity do you need ?
     
  3. paplae

    paplae Member

    Thanks for your reply

    7000 lb would be ideal
     
  4. dmurph

    dmurph Well-Known Member

    Mine is around 6500, gvwr is 8000. It’s a bit lite for my boat.
     
  5. kaelc

    kaelc Well-Known Member

    Find us a package deal dmurph! 2pound itis is expensive and we're thinking about upgrading too.
     
  6. RogersonCrusoe

    RogersonCrusoe Crew Member

  7. paplae

    paplae Member

  8. Mike park

    Mike park Active Member

    I think we have the same trailer Dave Karavan UST 6650 rated for 6650 Lbs. carrying capacity
     
  9. dmurph

    dmurph Well-Known Member

    Ya, I believe we do. Mine actually tow’s pretty nice but I need electric over hydraulic to be legal with the weight of our boat. I just spent a bunch of money recently on a new actuator for the disk brakes I installed. Gonna just sell it as opposed to spending more money to convert. Our boats are tricky as they are heavy but as long as the heavier rated trailers
     
  10. Mike park

    Mike park Active Member

    I converted to an electric actuator , using new galvanized drum brakes , new bearings , seals , new controller in the truck used the origional coupler with lockout tabs, so it won't slide and installed new 8 ply tires spent 2500 on the trailer .
    I am still 500 lb under the max. with the boat loaded would rather it be 1000 lbs. under , which would be nice. So an 8500/9000 lb trailer would be ideal
     

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