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    Trailer dealer advice... Looking to buy!

    Wondering who you have dealt with and the best deals? Looking for a 16ft car hauler 7000lb should be plenty for my Comanche.....

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    Extreme User rholbrook's Avatar
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    Call Todd and Wasatch, tell him Russ Holbrook told you to call. eight Oh one 544-sevenfivesevenfive is the number I beleive.

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    Well gave wasatch a call and talked to someone besides Todd, He was busy... He said he quoted the best deal possible. Ya think Todd could do any better? Or just take his word on the be deal they could do?

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    We have LOVED our Big Bubbas trailer. Made in Ogden. Back when we bought (2001) they blew every one away on price. we paid $1725 for a 20ft 7,00lb utility trailer.. I wonder what they wold charge today..
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    A lot more than that! Seems going rate for a 16ft, 7000lb rating is $2300 to $2700. That's various company's....

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    Was very happy with my bubbas also.
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    A year ago I paid 2100 with tax for a 18ft big bubbas best trailer I have ever owned a year later they even gave me new tires free of charge because of how fast they wore out
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    Poulsen trailers in Logan, plus Dave Poulsen is a fellow crawler as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandonlmb View Post
    Poulsen trailers in Logan, plus Dave Poulsen is a fellow crawler as well.
    I believe he's even an RME Member!
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    Greg you are correct he is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandonlmb View Post
    Poulsen trailers in Logan, plus Dave Poulsen is a fellow crawler as well.
    I've talked to him a few times about a custom crawler hauler (enclosed w/ LQs)... very competitive prices for what he is selling.

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    I paid $2300 (out the door) for my 10k, dual braking axles, 18ft trailer 2 years ago. Got it from Trailers Plus in Murray. GREAT people to work with and can't complain at all about the pricing. http://www.trailersplus.com/Utah/Murray/

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    Well headed up north early. Going to swing by wasatch and try to wheel and deal... If needed I will be heading to Ogden after. Thanks everyone for your input, sounds like you all have had good experiences all around. Hopefully I can swing a deal somewhere hopefully cash talks!

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    Don't pay more than 1800 bucks, the deals are out there. KSL has some small trailer dealers on there that sell new. With tax and registration it adds up real quick. Also getting dual axle brakes is nice. There are good used ones out there if you want to wait a week or two, KSL has them come and go. No sales tax with private sell like buying new. Good Luck!

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    X2 for wasatch!
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