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    So - I'm Googling the hell out of where to find a reasonably priced ~30' aluminum open gooseneck trailer. Do any of you know off hand where to find a decently priced type of trailer I'm looking for?

    Any help is appreciated.

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    Have you checked craigslist and Facebook market?

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    http://www.reasonablypricedaluminumg...cktrailers.com


    Where are you at in relation to Ohio? I can keep my eyes open here but if you're in California it's probably not worth the trip. Also...define reasonable.

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    Thanks Spaz, hadn't thought of checking FaceBook :facepalm:

    Hi Orion - I'm in Minnesota, so probably a 10 - 12 hour drive I'd guess. Reasonable to me isn't 17 to 22 grand. I think a 28 or 32 footer should be able to be found for 13 to 16 grand (it may have to be used at that price point, but anyway)

    A 28 footer would be okay if it has a deck on it at the front, otherwise a 32 footer would be ideal.

    Thanks for the responses!

    I didn't find anything on Racingjunk.com either - and they almost always have stuff like that.


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    I opted for a 28' V-nose Worthington enclosed aluminum trailer when we went shopping back in 2010. Aluminum is absolutely the way to go when you live in the northern climates. Like you, expense was a concern and the cost was substantially more than a steel trailer. Well worth it though imo. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pajeff02 View Post
    I opted for a 28' V-nose Worthington enclosed aluminum trailer when we went shopping back in 2010. Aluminum is absolutely the way to go when you live in the northern climates. Like you, expense was a concern and the cost was substantially more than a steel trailer. Well worth it though imo. Good luck!
    Thanks Jeff! Still on the hunt!

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