View Full Version : What Trailer Type are You Using to Pull Out Your Customers Boats?

11-01-2018, 01:52 PM
For those of you who are pulling customer boats out of the water to detail, and might be in an area like me where many folks don't own trailers (and there is NO rental option nor do the marinas/tech's allow use of theirs)...what set up are you using, whether it's bought or built? For me, the perfect solution is something that will accommodate boats in the 20-26 ft. range as that is the bulk of whats requested, thank you! Photos, advice, experienced, recommendations welcomed.

11-20-2018, 03:22 PM
If you’re pulling them and not towing very far, you should be able to get away with a trailer rated for up to a 26’ boat. Definitely go with an aluminum trailer with bunks instead of rollers. In most cases you can fit an undersized boat without issues. There’s many brands out there but Venture is a pretty common one. Go with their commander series as it gives you torsion axles and stainless hardware. I’ve owned a couple ventures and they’re a decent trailer for the money as long as you maintain them.

*edit: here’s a link to the one I would be eyeing if I were in your shoes.

2018 Venture Trailers Commander Series 7300 lb | Diamond Marine (https://www.diamondmarine.net/default.asp?page=xNewInventoryDetail&id=5418453&p=1&s=Year&d=D&vt=cargo%20trailer&fr=xNewInventory)

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