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My 1994 trailer finally died. It broke a spring due to rust and isn't worth fixing. Now I need a new trailer for my 1988 Gradywhite 205 Overnighter. Can anyone recommend a brand and a dealer in southern MD? What do you do with the old one?
 

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If you can afford it - IMHO - EZ Loader is one of the better trailers out there.

Costs more upfront but they hold up well. I've seen cheaper trailers literally fall apart after 5-6 years.

I got 15 years of hard service from my 1997 EZ Loader and replaced it 3 years ago with exact same one.

I dealt with Tri State marine in Deale for both of the trailers. They sell Gradys and know which trailer will fit best.

The old one - call around - often a scrap metal dealer will take it away at no cost.
 

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Ron at Tri-State.

The warehouse is next door if you ever need parts but EZ has a very good warranty.

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