WTB Raft Trailer

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Congrats Josh,
I don't have a trailer for you, don't know your boat, but I will celebrate with anyone who gets a new ride.
So congrats, I hope you enjoy it!
 

TonyZ

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Maravias are great rafts, lighter then most rubber out there, track very well, and spin on a dime. I guided for several years and had a couple in the flotilla. I do have to say, Maravia rubber is much slicker and a bit more temperamental to patch, be patient with cure times. I could always tell when a new 303 (rubber protectant) job was done on them, the clients would slide all over those tubes, into one anothers laps, and into the drink, for the first half of the day. Made a class iii rapid feel like a v to them, made my splash and giggle job easier.
 
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Defiantly interested. The bike and hauler are for sale also if I remember correct? The Craigslist link doesn't work do you have another?

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Josh

Sold the bike and the versahaul....sorry, Trailer is the last thing I'm selling due to space issues. I can break the boat down when needed. Here are some picts of the trailer. Should work perfect for your size boat. The bed liner on the deck works great for tracion when pulling the boat up and is easy on the raft.
 

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Josh P

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Sold the bike and the versahaul....sorry, Trailer is the last thing I'm selling due to space issues. I can break the boat down when needed. Here are some picts of the trailer. Should work perfect for your size boat. The bed liner on the deck works great for tracion when pulling the boat up and is easy on the raft.
How much and where is it located?
 
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