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rspiecha
01-04-2007, 12:49 PM
Does anyone know if MC sells a trailer setup that can be mounted on a boat track system??? Would be nice to get a boat cart that perfectly matches the boat on a track system that takes the boat from the lake up rails into a boat house that I'm building. I thought about just buying another trailer and removing the suspension and mounting on the cart. Probaby too pricey....

Thanks

2005 Maristar 210 VRS

Ric
01-04-2007, 01:00 PM
call the factory in vonore
they build the trailers onsite and may be able to sell you what you need

TX.X-30 fan
01-04-2007, 01:09 PM
call the factory in vonore
they build the trailers onsite and may be able to sell you what you need


That is very close to adding value there Ric. 8p

Ric
01-04-2007, 01:13 PM
That is very close to adding value there Ric. 8p shusshhhh yo mouth !

TMCNo1
01-04-2007, 01:44 PM
Does anyone know if MC sells a trailer setup that can be mounted on a boat track system??? Would be nice to get a boat cart that perfectly matches the boat on a track system that takes the boat from the lake up rails into a boat house that I'm building. I thought about just buying another trailer and removing the suspension and mounting on the cart. Probaby too pricey....

Thanks

2005 Maristar 210 VRS


Get a used trailer that will fit your boat, remove the wheels and tires, install a set of steel wheels, run them on c channels with a c inverted like a u for the jack wheel. Leave the suspension, you will need the clearance for the underwater gear, weld a ring to a ball insert in tongue and lock tongue, hook cable from winch to ring welded to ball. Do the math, it will work, I've seen it and you will still have a complete trailer to sell if you trade boats and it won't fit the new boat.

André
01-04-2007, 01:59 PM
That is very close to adding value there Ric. 8p
LOL!:D Funny...

rspiecha
01-04-2007, 02:18 PM
Thanks guys.

Rob

PendO
01-04-2007, 02:48 PM
call the factory in vonore
they build the trailers onsite and may be able to sell you what you need


ROTFLMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Off

Ric, you got that number for Greg, give it to him:)

Ric
01-04-2007, 05:18 PM
ROTFLMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Off

Ric, you got that number for Greg, give it to him:) ahem NOT trying to be funny :D

stuie
01-23-2007, 01:57 AM
Hey Rob here is a few sites that manufacture Marine Railways..for reference
http://www.hmsdock.com
http://www.naylorsystems.com
http://www.rjmachine.ca

RJMachine has a pic of a Mastercraft sitting on a trolly, Ive got one for my old boat, I'm tearing it out and building one myself (alot cheaper 1/4 the price) for the new boat:D

Stuart