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Ballpark trailer price

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I know there's guys on here that have a trailer like this.

XXXX brand, 6.5' x 12', it's got a ramp on the side, one on the back, so you can drive an ATV up the side, then one up the back.

What has anyone paid, roughly, for a trailer like this??

I know this is VERY general, but I've got the opportunity to buy a 2005, used once, for $1200.

Can anyone let me know what one goes for new??

If it's close to the $1200, then I'll just pass this one up.

Thanks,

Jeremy

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Jeremy, I think it's not a bad price but try to drive in a Menards, Cabelas, Gander, Home Depot, TSC, parking lot and check their prices and compare.

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You're right..... never even thought of them....

Thanks Valv!!

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Northern has that trailer on sale right now for 1400.00 add tax and license fee and would go for around 1550.00 If there is not much use the 350.00 savings might be worth it. Does the trailer have a 2" hitch and 15" wheels? I did some trailer shopping last year before I bought a new one and I seem to remember that was about the price for that style.

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It's a trade that my mowing dealer is taking in on a mower.

I'm not sure what all it is EXACTLY, but he knows I'm looking for something that I can just put one mower on, for repairs, a quick job, whatever, instead of always hauling around the 24' enclosed V-Nose.

I'm sure if I push it, I can probably get it for $950 +/-.

He usually comes down 10-20% for stuff like this from what he initially says.

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At $ 950 I'll take one too grin.gif

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