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2001 Spartan roller boat trailer, black, 17ft -18ft SOLD !!!

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Excellent conditions 2001 Spartan roller boat trailer.

Should fit 17ft to 18ft boats, possibly a 16.5 and a 18.5 , you have to measure.

It's just missing the 2 plastic fenders, I have a set I can add but they are white.

$ 850.00 or best offer.

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Do you think this will fit a Lund Pro-V 1800 tiller if so I will take it. Do you take trades ?

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I think it should fit with no problem, if you can measure from rear bottom of transom to front "eye" for strap I can measure this one, it has adjustable winch tower so it should be ok.

I can take a trade in but I cannot give you much for it depending on trailer age too, my prices are already cheap, and I have to make a profit on your trade in.

Thanks

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Could you measure from the roller on the winch to the back of the rear most roller. And it looks like the left fender support is bent, was this in a accident.

mark

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Trailer is still available.

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Trailer is still available.

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Do you still have the trailer? If so, what is the width between the inside of the tires.

Thanks,

CRF

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Trailer is still for sale, distance from outside of frame is 76" but boat will sit higher than fenders, there should be no problem with width.

Yes, this was from an accident, boat was destroyed completely but trailer has no damage except fenders.

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Just wondering what is the weight class of the trailer and the width.

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Trailer has no brakes so it's under 3000lbs class. I listed measurements above, the width and boat size. Since it's an adjustable trailer it can be modified for many applications.

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SOLD !!!!!!!!!!!!

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