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Old 08-10-2009, 06:08 PM   #1
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Hi there,

I've got a maxum2100sc, build 1998 and bought together with a american trailer in that same year. Now I need a new trailer but on my side of the world, The Netherlands, it's common to have a trailer with rollers in stead of the escort trailer I have with just some carpet on certain parts which support the boat perfectly.
My question is, if I can, with any problem, buy a other trailer with only rollers to support my baby.
I hope it's not a too silly question to answer. Thanks in advance
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Old 08-10-2009, 07:51 PM   #2
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most people get the trailer with bunks over here...but I've seen them with rollers too...so..yes it's possible to get a trailer with rollers for that sized boat...


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Thanks for your quick answer. Let's see if I can find a nice one overhere and start boating again!
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My 2400 SC3 sits on a trailer with rollers.

The nice thing about a roller trailer is it makes launching, and winching back onto the trailer easier. The bad thing is those rollers make it all the more important to ensure you have the boat tied down properly when you pulling it with your tow vehicle.

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