Best hunting trailer options

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  1. shell waster

    shell waster Senior Refuge Member

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    Looking at getting 7x16 sure Trac utility trailer. They make on that is steel sided which may have benefit of say hauling top soil...but pretty rough on trailers so just more welds to break.
     
  2. shell waster

    shell waster Senior Refuge Member

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    Mostly hauling atvs, canoes, boats decoys etc
     
  3. Ducker 4 Ever

    Ducker 4 Ever Elite Refuge Member

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    I have a 7×14 aluma double axle trailer in great condition I will sell you. $4500.
     
  4. tcc

    tcc Elite Refuge Member

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    For a 14' utility trailer???
     
  5. Ducker 4 Ever

    Ducker 4 Ever Elite Refuge Member

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    All aluminum. List for $8,800 new. It's kinda the Cadillac of trailers.
     
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    tcc Elite Refuge Member

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    Must be, that's a lotta dough!
     
  7. igo4dux75

    igo4dux75 Senior Refuge Member

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    Just bought this brand new Continental three weeks ago for $4800. 16x7.5, 7 tall, v nose 7000# brakes on all 4. Pulled from Central Cali to western Montana, so loaded with furniture and totes of Mom's crap I had to lean on the door to get it latched, 13 mpg average with my Duramax. Pulls way better loaded than empty.
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    Oh, just realized op said utility, not cargo...
     

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