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    2003 GS 201 - Need new trailer

    I need a new trailer for my GS 201...  any suggestions on what kind to go with, roller or non roller kind?

    single or dual axel?

    I currently have a single axel galvanized roller trailer but it really it tough to tow.

    I am towing with a Ford Explorer V8 and it still really drags on the truck.


    • omar174omar174 Mid-Atlantic Member Posts: 167 ✭✭✭
      My dealer recommended a Load Rite single axle, roller trailer with brakes. Model 21360096rtb. I have 1999 201, I think its pretty much the same as your boat. 
      2003 GS211 Yamaha 150 HP OX66
    • nquirknquirk Member, Moderator Posts: 674 ✭✭✭✭

      You can pull it on a single axle trailer if the trailer is rated for the weight of this boat.

      I'm a fan of bunks vs rollers but its the 'Coke vs Pepsi' discussion.  If you're using it in salt water, my guess is the bunks are easier/less maintenance.

      I have a trailmaster single axle on my SS188 which is pretty much equivalent in size/weight.  SC2040BR. 

      2010 Hurricane SS 188 OB
      2010 Mercury Optimax 200HP / Mercury SS High Five 19P
      2010 Trailmaster SC trailer
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