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|01-29-2012 07:07 PM|
Originally Posted by Crownir1 View Post
|11-19-2011 06:55 PM|
|11-19-2011 06:50 PM|
Here is where I went, they build to your spec. Mine will fit in my garage and had trailer tung made to slide in for more room around trailer in garage. This is where auto Europe has the trailers made
Gallery :: Automobile Trailers
|11-19-2011 05:27 PM|
Trailex for sale
I am selling my 2010 trailex model 7031. The options are ;
Full aluminum floor
aluminum spare tire
excellent condition with clear title in hand
Email me at [email protected]
check out the trailex website for trailer info.
|11-18-2011 08:38 AM|
I purchased a Featherlight a few years back. Sorry, don’t remember model size, think a 14 ft but it was a 3110 series. It is the best towing trailer I have owned in years of several steel open tarilers. As to discounting most likely available but, if dealer has a lot in inventory probably not on a custom order.
With that I purchased off the lot but with extras ordered. Airdam, tire rack, tie down tracks, alloy wheels and all up still at a good discount.
Note, Featherlight shows dam and tirerack separate, they don’t really fit together but it can be made to work.
|11-01-2011 04:35 AM|
Trailed enclosed trailer
I have a 2009 Trailex enclosed trailer with a tire rack and winch which I would like to sell. The trailer is in North Carolina. Contact me at [email protected] or 828 808 7336.
|04-07-2009 05:47 AM|
|nickfromny||I have a track equiped 07 texas rollback for sale in Binghamton, NY. Equiped with spare, tool box, two 5 gallon gas cans, & six 4"belt tie downs and ratchets.|
|03-24-2009 06:08 PM|
Originally Posted by road racer View Post
|03-23-2009 01:20 PM|
|DeanG||I bought a new Featherlight enclosed trailer a couple of years ago. I was disappointed in the quality of the welds and that the cross frames were not on a consistent center. It tows well, has nice features and is light.|
|03-23-2009 10:21 AM|
Originally Posted by wf758 View Post
I personally wouldn't bother with the air dam, I've never had one and never had any rock chip issues.
|03-22-2009 08:35 PM|
Good info, thanks guys.
I've looked at the Auto Europe (not in person). Looks nice, but probably a bit more than I need.
|03-22-2009 07:08 PM|
Before you buy .....and I have owned 2 Trailex trailers...both an open and enclosed.....
Check out the Auto Europe trailer. This is my next one.
Auto Europe, MI | Lotus, Morgan, New Cars - Details
tell Eric that Tony V sent you....if you buy it I get some free service time....or something..maybe a model of an Elise...Eric always does something for me when i send him people.....
|03-22-2009 06:38 PM|
Presume you're considering an open trailer?
The 7541 will surely fit an Exige, however, I'd advise stepping up to the 8045, this has much better resale as a wider range of cars will fit, plus the ramps are longer = shallower angle, so easier to get the car on/off. As advice above, speak to Carl who will certainly be able to help you out, but some quick advice on options:
- make sure you get the "sail" at the front, otherwise the front of the car on trailer will get covered in rock chips
- the tire rack is a great option
- the spare tire holder is a must - I have had a blown tire!
- the storage box is useful, but fairly small - I dump my wheel chocks / straps and a couple of boards to help the car get on the ramps in there and its full
- the aluminum wheels are a "must" as the standard painted steel wheels will rust and look like %$%# within 12 months
One last point - when strapping your car down, to avoid fouling the front splitter, think about taking your straps diagonally *** down *** from the front wheels, under the aluminum cross bar and then back up and over to the d-rings which should be at the front of the v-nose - this will only make sense when looking at your car on the trailer, but bear it in mind as an option
Almost forgot - Trailex usually run a sale in the Feb / Mar timeframe, so, yes, there should be a discount + in the current economy, are you kidding? I'm sure there is room to negotiate!
|03-22-2009 05:50 PM|
If you're ordering a trailex just talk to them and let them know what you'll be towing. They'll let you know what model. Talk to Carl, I think he handles most of the sales. Bargaining on the price??? Guess it can't hurt to try.
Have had my trailex for almost 10 years. Sits outside in my driveway and still looks great. Easy to just push around if you need to move it. More expensive to begin with but well worth the cost in the long term.
|03-22-2009 01:16 PM|
Need a Trailer - Trailex/Featherlite Recommendations
I need a trailer to take my car to the track for the occasional DE/Timed Trial event. Trailex and Featherlite seem to get consistent good reviews (and appear to have a ready acceptance in the secondary market). In fact, I can't ever seem to find a used one.
I think I'm going to wind up ordering new from a local dealer. So...for hauling an Exige or possibly a 911, can anyone recommend size/key options? Also, are custom ordered trailer prices usually "negotiable"?