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SUBJECT: # 13530: Ranger Trailers

Submitted by BobH from VIRGINIA on 5/3/2011 8:36:00 AM

My 1998 boat and engine are in pretty good shape but there seems to be a contiuing series of problems with the trailer. Any idea what the going price for a single axle Ranger trailer might be?

  1. 5/3/2011 10:22:00 PM Submitted by Beartrap from GA says suggestion
    got a 96 single axle ranger trailer and nobody here could fix the brakes...also had couple small issues with the boat so I called Ranger and made an appointment with ranger to bring it out a buddy to go with me,dropped it at Ranger plant in Flippin,Ark..We toured Ranger boat factory and their musuem which was a really neat experience... We then went up to Springfield,spent the night and toured Bass Pro Shop and that is another neat experience...even if you have been in another Bass Pro..the mother of all fishing/hunting stores is something to can easily spend two days in there and not see it all... went back through Flippin and picked up my boat..I think they charged me $325.00 to completely replace my brake system and fix a couple of things on my boat...I was expecting to pay $600.-800. so they were really reasonable... I'm guessing for what you gonna pay to get another trailer,you could do the ranger/bass pro trip and come back with some really neat memories and a like new trailer..


  2. 5/4/2011 7:44:00 AM Submitted by 5keepers from AL says Dang BT
    Sounds plumb smart to me! I never been in the big store in Springfield. Will you help me break something on my Triton trailer? Will they work on a Triton now?

  3. 5/4/2011 9:25:00 AM Submitted by BobH #11015 from VA says Beartrap
    I took a tour of Ranger in 2001. They couldn't have been nicer. Did you have the boat on the trailer when you took it to Ranger?

  4. 5/4/2011 11:16:00 AM Submitted by Jeff Hahn from OH says Bob
    Bob: I'm sure Ranger can take your boat off the trailer. Or, you could launch at Bull Shoals reservoir, just a couple miles up the road, and then take the trailer to the plant.

    Jeff Hahn

  5. 5/4/2011 3:49:00 PM Submitted by Beartrap from GA says yes-I had boat on trailer
    BASS Pro had their hunting/fishing museum closed for renovation when i was there and regret missing that but you can easily spend one day in the hunting section and another in the fishing part...there is no telling how millions of dollars of inventory is in that store...and they wasn't no empty pegs either....


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