Duralite stock trailers

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Big Muddy rancher
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Duralite stock trailers

Postby Big Muddy rancher » Fri Dec 08, 2017 10:02 pm

Anybody pulling one?

Just seeing a few up this way, look pretty good but the proof is in the pulling. :D
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Re: Duralite stock trailers

Postby Faster horses » Sat Dec 09, 2017 11:25 am

There are a few around here too, but not very many. Mostly Featherlite and Wilson for ranch/livestock trailers. So what does that tell you? :D
I know years back Duralite was cheaper but didn't hold up. Not sure how they are now though.
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Re: Duralite stock trailers

Postby PureCountry » Sat Dec 09, 2017 11:35 pm

Have only seen 1 Duralite and the guy said it was good thus far but only had a few trips with it. We bought a Hot Shot by Trails West. Corrugated steel, light like aluminum, pulls really nice. Had it 4 years, lots of miles through the mountains between AB & BC, really happy with it. Nice latches, paint holding up well, no wiring issues, etc.

http://trailswesttrailers.com/trailers/ ... gooseneck/
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