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Rod Harris
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Last Activity: 02-16-2018, 03:24 PM
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    I just found a Roadrunner spec sheet online. I may have misunderstood what they were saying. It lists the 8500 model as being 30 long, period. It would...
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    Just got off the phone with Roadrunner. A trailer that fits a 28 foot boat with a removable tongue reducing the trailer to 30 foot, that holds 8500 lbs,...
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    I just found this Roadrunner add on Craigslist to build a custom trailer with removable tongue. I just need to know the transom to bow eye measurement...
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    Did Roadrunner trailers say how short they could get the trailer?...
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    Green 650: I have been keeping an eye on that boat, but I doubt it will be available when I am ready to buy....
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    OK, retractable/removable tongue (great pictures, by the way). Tuff Trailer is also in Washington; good to know of another resource to call. Although...
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    Doing more research on the internet (retired computer technology teacher) I found the King Trailers manufacturers boat trailers over in Marysville, Washington,...
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    It looks doable. Especially if I'm flexible and let the person who knows what he is doing decide on the trailer to modify. So now I need to find someone...
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    I love all the comments. I think the internal long shaft seems like the strongest solution. I will be going to Seattle/Edmonds area next Wednesday and...
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    OK, I now have something to talk to some trailer people about. I will need a specific measurement, however. Does anyone happen to have a 289/2859 handy...
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    It is our property and we did use a winch as one of our tools to get the travel trailer up the hill. However, the trailer is now between the tree to...
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    The extra cost of getting a trailer that works in my situation is simply an unavoidable cost of buying the boat I want. It will pay for itself in avoiding...
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to Trailer for 289
    I already looked into a swing-away. They don't seem to make them for tongue weights that heavy. I need the tongue to transom to be less than 31' and the...
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  • Rod Harris
    started a topic Trailer for 289

    Trailer for 289

    I'm looking to purchase a 289 next year and need to know that I will be able to find a trailer that is 30 foot. All the trailers I find online are 32...
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  • Rod Harris
    replied to New Owners listing 2859 289 and 2859 +
    I'm slowing trying to convince my wife that we need a boat to play with when she retires next November. We went to the Seattle Boat Show this weekend...
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