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Old 08-13-2018, 01:44 PM   #1
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Hey everyone, thanks in advance for any information yíall can provide!

Iíve been looking at a 1996 2100 SR for $4,000 w/o a trailer. The boat seems to be in good shape considering the years and has been stored in a dry stack storage. My main issue is that it doesnít have a trailer and I canít seem to find much information as far as dry weight for this model. Iíve seen everything from 2,800 lbs to 3,800 lbs. I know I need to factor in about 300 for gas and more for gear but I have no clue where to start. Also, are there any other problem areas with these boats that I need to look out for?
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Welcome aboard.
You need a double axle trailer for that size boat.
And then you have more than enuf.
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I second the tandem axle requirement.

Your only problem areas that I have seen are whatever any previous owners did or didnít do.


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If you go to a local trailer shop they have books that can tell you what size is required.
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Thanks, everyone. Doesn’t look like it’s going to happen unless something turns up on Craigslist. Don’t see the point in spending $4k for a trailer for a $5k boat. Let ya know if something changes
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