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    Posted: November-30-2017 at 1:18pm
I'm looking for a 90s or newer trailer for the Debonnaire. My understanding is any direct drive trailer from that era or newer will work. I live in Atlanta, and the boat is in Orlando so something not too far from either is preferable. Any reasonable prices for a road worthy trailer considered.

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Still actively looking for a trailer, the repairs on the boat should be done in the next week or so and I need to get it home. Any input is greatly appreciated!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TRBenj Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December-06-2017 at 9:03am
The 19’6” SN trailers (90-09) are out there but they’re becoming harder to find in nice shape (in the used market).

Didn’t you say CC of Orlando had one?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote 69barri Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December-06-2017 at 9:27am
They had a newer RamLin for a 196, but the rubrail sits above the crash pads, and therefore the entire boat had to sit further back. Plus they wanted almost $4,000 which is a lot for a temporary fix. I am planning on getting a custom BoatMate made next summer so I don't want to buy something that expensive now (especially if it won't really work)
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Take the crash pad off. It's going to take a little work... You're making this way too difficult.
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Originally posted by Hollywood Hollywood wrote:

Take the crash pad off. It's going to take a little work... You're making this way too difficult.


I agree with that but 4Gs is little much for a used trailer that isn't perfect, for 4gs I expect a trailer to come with a running boat on it...
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Originally posted by JoeinNY JoeinNY wrote:


I agree with that but 4Gs is little much for a used trailer that isn't perfect, for 4gs I expect a trailer to come with a running boat on it...


Me too, but I'd probably turn the engine off
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I'm not interested in buying a 4K trailer either but no matter what the price I don't expect it to be a ready fit for a 1969 Debonnaire.
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Hollywood probably has something hanging from a tree in his yard that should work
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I may have found a used Malibu trailer that will work. I appreciate everyone's input, we shall see how it works out. When in doubt, just throw more ratchet straps at it!
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Michael,

I thought about you yesterday. I was at a Junk Yard in Laurens, SC yesterday picking up a new used rim to replace one my oldest Daughter damaged on a Pot Hole or my running over a bicyclist . I saw a large Bayliner (ish) boat on a large roller trailer that might be a cheap temporary solution to get your boat home. I took some bad photos from my car as I was running from Snow Ball, the Junk Yard Dog. Let me know if you need them. It was a IO boat so this trailer would only be a temporary solution and you might have to take the very large boat to get it. I can post the photo's of the trailer if you want to check it out. Those roller trailers scare me. Almost as bad as a Junk Yard Dog.

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Anybody can help me too?
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Thanks for the help everyone, I was finally able to get a Malibu trailer from Tommy's of Florida about a month ago. It wasn't a perfect fit, so I had to drop the front bunk mount about 2 inches, and lift the center bunk about another inch to fit the relatively flat bottom of the Debonnaire. Since I still don't have a replacement SUV, I rented this F350 to get the boat home. I still need a new prop, rudder, and strut. Hopefully she will be back in the water by May. Thanks!


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Looks like it fits well.... Good luck, hope it tows well..
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