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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by C of Red View Post
    How old is your trailer?
    2015 20ft. The key is undercoating em and washing the salt of after every trip.



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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by 06yamahaapex View Post
    2015 20ft. The key is undercoating em and washing the salt of after every trip.
    I agree. Just like your pick up....wash the salt off faithfully and everything will last longer

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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by skegpro View Post
    What did you buy?
    A Triton 4 place

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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by 06yamahaapex View Post
    2015 20ft. The key is undercoating em and washing the salt of after every trip.

    Even then some brands will still eat through the alum skin in under 2 yrs. poor workmanship if you ask me
    I lay on mat and wash underneath with hot soapy water after bc trip. Still will but all alum should be much better

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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by kovs View Post
    Even then some brands will still eat through the alum skin in under 2 yrs. poor workmanship if you ask me
    I lay on mat and wash underneath with hot soapy water after bc trip. Still will but all alum should be much better
    Gotta watch for dissimilar metal corrosion.
    mild steel trailer with alluminum side panels..............
    Last edited by skegpro; February 11th, 2018 at 09:15 AM.

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