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ShoreLand,r Trailer

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waimo

My Malibu came with a Shorelandr trailer

it has more flex in the main beam than my last trailer should i be concerned

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sheeprides

Shoreland'r? I didn't know you could get one to fit a tournament ski boat. My neighbor has one with his Bayliner. It seems like a decent enough trailer, aside from the turd on it.

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jetskipro550

Our old jet skis sat on a shorlander, and it was a nice trailer.

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chadellt85

We had a shorelander trailer for our other I/O a few years back. It was much better than the one that we currently have. But I have NEVER seen one beneath a real ski boat.

As long as the boat fits well and it is not over the weight limit, I think you should be fine.

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mlange

My uncle has one with bunks for a mid-60's Chris Craft. Very nice trailer. He's had it for probably 10 years and it is still very solid.

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TJP

A buddy bought a new Nautique with a bunked Shoreland'r. Seems to work just fine. The boat does sit alittle higher on that trailer verses a traditional boatmate, etc. I had a Shoreland'r under an I/O and it was great.

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