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Triton Trailers?

Postby Spartan » July 17th, 2003, 6:26 am

I have a real nice triton trailer, 10 foot open, aluminum, drive on/off, floor mats, ski-guides, spare tire, & tongue jack. It stays in my garage all year, it is 3 years old. My 2 year old sled has 650 miles on it, so you can see I only use my trailer a couple times per year, so real good shape. It is not the cheaper XT series, it is the upgraded LT series with the adustable tie down system (not sure what that is called).

Anyhow, I have about $1,600 invested in this thing, I am interested in selling it. What do you guys think it is worth, maybe $850, higher or lower. Located in Michigan, Detroit Suburbs.

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Postby Drifthopper » July 17th, 2003, 8:07 am

Something like that, you should ask about $1100 for it, and take $1000.
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Postby 700 Grandpa » July 17th, 2003, 2:17 pm

watch the market with no snow it may be worth very little if you really want to get rid of it.
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Postby Xtreme XC » July 17th, 2003, 6:41 pm

It'll be hard to get too much out of the Open trailer because good used flip top 10' trailers can be bought for $1000. A buddy of mine just sold his Northern Lite 10' enclosed flip top for $800.
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Postby 580440 » July 18th, 2003, 10:44 am

The bad thing for you is that you can start buying new trailers for about$850. It sounds like a nice trailer good luck.
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Postby Michiganstopcat » July 19th, 2003, 9:42 pm

Xtreme xc dont want to burst your bubble but northern lights trailors are probly the biggest pile of scrap you can buy on the trailor market.All one has to do is look at how it is contructed.I have an older floe drive on drive off and the top was ruined in an accident i was thinking about letting the insurance buy my trailor and then just go get a new one instead of getting a new top built.Well I looked at the trailors your talking about and im not sure id feel safe with my sled on it.That trailor is made by the same company as r and r trailors but is their cheapest model from what i was told.This guys uncovered is worth more the a northern lights covered.Hell r and r trailors are nothing to right home about.just my opinion.
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Postby Spaceman » July 28th, 2003, 2:28 pm

Have you sold it yet
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Postby Spartan » July 30th, 2003, 1:17 am

No, I have not sold it yet, are you interested?
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Postby born again » August 26th, 2003, 8:14 am

yes im interested
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