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Trailering a 2000 SS 201 IO
I just purchased a 2000 SS 201 IO and am so excited to get out on the water. I plan on trailering the boat and would like to know the specifications on the boat (Dry Weight, Wet Weight) and some options for a type of trailer to use. I'm originally from NY and we used roller type trailers but I'm in Florida now and it seems that bunk style float ons are the way to go. I'd appreciate any of your experiences and knowledge on the subject. Also, what kind of budget should I set aside for a new or used trailer and should I go with Aluminum or Galvanized. I know the Aluminum trailers save on weight but is the extra expense worth it and how much lighter to their equivalent galvanized. Thanks in advance for your answers and help. See you out there! (-;