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    4 place PWC trailer choices

    I was wondering what everyone knows about 4place trailers.

    Experiences, good or bad. Durability, etc.

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    Shadow
    any others I may have forgot.

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    Re: 4 place PWC trailer choices

    I have always favored FE Trailers out of San Diego. They are lighter and better trailers than a Zieman. The Ziemans weigh way too much. Why lug all that extra weight around unnecessarily. http://www.fetrailers.com/pwc_trailers.html
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    Re: 4 place PWC trailer choices

    Plus the FE won't rust up like a Zieman. They are seal welded and powdercoated. They are also available galvanized.
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    Re: 4 place PWC trailer choices

    Shadow Trailers bar none. They'll aslo design anything your imagination and wallet can produce. http://shadowtrailers.com/

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    Re: 4 place PWC trailer choices

    Yup, I have to go with Shadow, a couple of years ago at a boat show I was loooking for something that will last for a long time, looked at everybody's trailer that was there, and no one could come close ,at the time to there workmanship and welding. But they are more.

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    Re: 4 place PWC trailer choices

    The Shadow seems to be constructed like the FE with tubular steel and powder coating. The triple axle is a nice feature but might be overkill, unless maybe you plan on carrying 4 RXTs, LOL ?
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    Re: 4 place PWC trailer choices

    anybody else.

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    Re: 4 place PWC trailer choices

    Quote Originally Posted by willycrumb
    I was wondering what everyone knows about 4place trailers.

    Experiences, good or bad. Durability, etc.

    Trailrite
    Zeiman
    Triton
    Shadow
    any others I may have forgot.
    I've looked at both Shadow & FE. I think the Shadows are a bit beefier, and probably heavier than the FEs. Both companies will build customs for you.

    I really like FE's "GalCoat" galvinizing to start with and powder coat over it so it looks nice.

    I've seen 4 place Ziemans and they seemed very flexible. It seemed like they used the standard design and just made it longer but not any stronger. I understand the the West Coast Zieman factory was recently bought by a firm from Illinois (I think that's the right state) and was going to upgrade their coating process, which they needed badly.

    I have a Triton Elite II and it's flexible (a bit more than I'd like) with only (2) 4-stroke PWCs so unless they build a much beefed up version I wouldn't go with them for 4 place.

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    Re: 4 place PWC trailer choices

    Buy a welder and build your own. Lol. Here is my three place




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    Re: 4 place PWC trailer choices

    Quote Originally Posted by MJSelf View Post
    Buy a welder and build your own. Lol. Here is my three place

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    How wide is this trailer? I am looking at making the same thing right now but I don't want a 10 foot wide trailer.
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