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    Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Just wondering how those Trails West RPM GN's are holding up. They've been around for a bit now. Ive always been apprehensive of a steel trailer due to rust and what not.

    I was in Cooke City last weekend and saw a Logan Horsepower GN ZBROZ edition... damn that thing is NICE!!! They also have trailers on their website with living quarters. Very cool idea. Anybody on here own a Logan?
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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by C of Red View Post
    Just wondering how those Trails West RPM GN's are holding up. They've been around for a bit now. Ive always been apprehensive of a steel trailer due to rust and what not.

    I was in Cooke City last weekend and saw a Logan Horsepower GN ZBROZ edition... damn that thing is NICE!!! They also have trailers on their website with living quarters. Very cool idea. Anybody on here own a Logan?
    Is that Logan alluminum?

    That's why I stayed away from the RPM, major rust issues.

    Allan Dale had some nice alluminum goosenecks.

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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by skegpro View Post
    Is that Logan alluminum?

    That's why I stayed away from the RPM, major rust issues.

    Allan Dale had some nice alluminum goosenecks.
    The Logan has a steel frame. Basically the same idea as the Trails West, only nicer IMO.

    Thanks, I'll check out Allan Dale.
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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by C of Red View Post
    Just wondering how those Trails West RPM GN's are holding up. They've been around for a bit now. Ive always been apprehensive of a steel trailer due to rust and what not.

    I was in Cooke City last weekend and saw a Logan Horsepower GN ZBROZ edition... damn that thing is NICE!!! They also have trailers on their website with living quarters. Very cool idea. Anybody on here own a Logan?
    There are a _lot_ of reports online about Trails West trailers falling apart or rusting apart, or furnaces not working. Personally I would not buy one, because I believe that Logans are a much better trailer. As you said, they are beautiful trailers.

    Check the trailer forums at snowest.com , there are a bunch of threads on the Logans.
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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Salesman I talked to at AD seemed to think mission is the only quality trailer, rest are inferior. Went elsewhere and bought

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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by kovs View Post
    Salesman I talked to at AD seemed to think mission is the only quality trailer, rest are inferior. Went elsewhere and bought
    What did you buy?

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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    I have a trails west. I undercoated myself with rust check. Still looks new.

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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by 06yamahaapex View Post
    I have a trails west. I undercoated myself with rust check. Still looks new.
    Where do you get that from?



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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by skegpro View Post
    Where do you get that from?
    Canadian Tire. I’ll do it every year now. Fluid film does the same thing.

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    Re: Enclosed gooseneck sled trailers

    Quote Originally Posted by 06yamahaapex View Post
    I have a trails west. I undercoated myself with rust check. Still looks new.
    How old is your trailer?
    Last edited by C of Red; February 10th, 2018 at 09:46 AM.
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