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Inboard Hull Question...


Clifthanger

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I'm looking to possibly secure newer inboard trailer for my 94 Echelon.  Can anyone advise on the year and model range for the same hull for my 94?  Just trying to get an idea of what style of boat compares to my boat to open up more options for a newer trailer.  If you have a trailer that would work for my boat and want to sell yours, let me know.  TIA for any help!

 

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53 minutes ago, Clifthanger said:

I'm looking to possibly secure newer inboard trailer for my 94 Echelon.  Can anyone advise on the year and model range for the same hull for my 94?  Just trying to get an idea of what style of boat compares to my boat to open up more options for a newer trailer.  If you have a trailer that would work for my boat and want to sell yours, let me know.  TIA for any help!

 

@tvano has a great point about the resources section of this site.  Your boat is the SV23 hull.  That hull ran quite a few years on several models.  I don't recall exactly as it's been some time since I looked it up, but confirm in the resources tab.  

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Pretty much any inboard trailer for a 20 foot boat will work.  You might have to alter the height/curve of the bunks, but that is easy.  Most 20' boats would have stingers on 48" spacing, plus a set of outers that are supporting the hull, but not as critical as the inners.

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