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**** SOLD ****** '94 Floe 2 place snowmobile trailer

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As title says, 1994 Floe 2 place snowmobile trailer for sale.

It's got a salt shield, but it's cracked, with a hole in it.

The salt shield's not fiberglass, but a heavy plastic.

The deck is good, wiring okay and the wheels show some rust on the rims.

I've got pictures, but they'll have snow on the deck.

No runners for tracks or skis, no ramp, it's a tilt deck.

I got it when I bought 2 sleds from my cousin who needed the money, and I've already got trailers to haul the sleds in / on.


Email me [email protected] .

Thanks, Jeremy.

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The deck is 8' wide inside the outside rail.

It would be 10' long, except there's about 5" used up on the front where the salt shield is bolted onto the front of the trailer.

It's aluminum.

A Floe "Challenger".

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I forgot to say too that it's got the lifetime license.

Also, I'm not REAL firm on the $500, so I'll say $500 / bo.

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When you say the wiring is okay, does that mean it's all working well, or it might need work? Also, I'm curious as to what the axle weight limit is on this trailer - I'm not even sure what they usually run.

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When I brought the trailer home, the left rear light was dim, and would cut out, much like a ground. That was 2 years ago and on a truck that ended up being re-wired on the truck end, so it might have been the truck, and not the trailer.

As far as the weight rating, I tried to look up on Floe's website, and it looks like it's rated for a payload of about 1500 lbs, with a total GVW of 1900 lbs.

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I'm really interested in this trailer, but I want to be pretty sure I'm getting a fair deal. I won't be happy if I end up with a lemon. Also, in the movie, the Lawn Mower Man was not the most scrupulous character. Hmmmmm...

Where is Stacey, MN? I'm in Grand Rapids. Are they far apart?

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I liked the movie, c'mon now.

It's a fair deal, IMO.

If you're going to drive down from G.R. I'll pull it in the garage and get the snow off the deck.

I forgot Canopy, did I ever send you some pics? Email me if not.

The wheels and bearing buddies have rust on them. The trailer was pulled home from Lakeville to my house and parked 2 years ago. I just have no use for it.

Stacy is about 5 miles south of North Branch, about 3 hours from you. The fastest would be to head over to Floodwood, and take 73 down to Moose Lake, and then 35 to Stacy exit, at least that's the way we head to Red Lake, when we go north. You could head all the way over to Duluth on 2, but that's about 50 miles out of the way.

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I'd love to see some pics. That would rest my mind a bit anyways. I'm just joshin' ya' about the handle. Har Har Har. That movie was creeepyyyyy.....

Maybe you could send the pics to my home pc address?

[email protected]

Feel free to include your phone number if you're comfortable with that. I'll get back to you ASAP (I'm on call quite a bit), but I'm fairly certain this is a done deal. Talk to you soon.


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A follow up.

I've gotten the trailer up to the garage, and hooked up the wiring.

Upon further review, it's been spliced into 2-3 different areas and was corroded.

I've since pulled the wiring out and run new wiring, so all the lights work like new.

Also, all the snow is off the deck of the trailer, and there's no holes, big gouges, etc.

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