So I upgraded from a 1995 Triton to a 2000 enclosed...Just took it up to Grand Marais this past weekend and it was great.
It is a 2000 Expedition deck-over trailer and it is little heavy. 2130 lbs empty and 4000 lbs loaded w/ four sleds. The walls and roof are 16" o.c. and when you shove on the man door opening, while the door is open,the whole trailer moves. It is built fairly stout from what I can tell. I crawled under the entire trailer and looked at every weld and they where all good. The same goes with all the interior welds.
- Marine plywood floors
- all stainless steel fasteners and hinges
- emergency breakaway switch
- two roof vents with Max flow covers
- "E" rated tires
- electric breaks on both axles
- Torsion axles
- 215/75/R14 aluminum rims/tires
and it is high enough so it does not scrape the ground when going up and down steep inclines.
I added the two exterior floor lights, 18' of interior LED lighting on both sides and installed Electric break controller on my truck.
I need to get some ski glides on the ramps and some for the front to help guide the sleds out the door. Not going to do full guides at this time.
I would like to add some other things here and there and do some repair work on the side door but it is good to go as is.
Edited by SKI-CAT-DOO, 11 December 2017 - 10:39 AM.