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06 Springdale 372bhl 37ft 2 bedroom

$8,500

Mount Holly, New Jersey

Year 32767

Make Springdale

Model 372bhl

Category Travel Trailers

Length 37

Posted Over 1 Month

2006 Springdale 372bhl 37ft 2 bedroom big bathroom with garden tub front bedroom has 4 bunks one of the bunk turns into a table. back has new queen size bed.couch is a jack knife that turns into a bed .the dinette also turns into a bed.there is a lot of storage. kitchen has house size fridge the awning has a rip there a sliding glass door new gas water heater toilet is loose one the kids stood on it and it came away from the base don't think it would cost much to fix.some of the wood is worn as shown this in the pic.there is a black spot on the back bedroom carpet. trailer is sold as is.

NEW Aluminum Boat Trailer - Triple Axle. 18,000# KODIAK Disc Brakes

$11,800

Mount Holly, New Jersey

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DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILER UPGRADED 18,000# WINDLASS MODEL This trailer was built for a customer who wanted to test the trailer for a few weeks before paying for it. For obvious reasons, we are unable to do this. This trailer retails for OVER $13,200 with all of the upgrades, but we are pricing it extremely low to get it out the door. You will not find another trailer of this quality at this price. Please note: If you choose to "buy it now" you will receive an additional $300 off your purchase! THIS TRAILER IS BUILT TO FIT A BOAT WEIGHING UP TO 18,000 POUNDS AND A LENGTH UP TO 38FT. HEAVY DUTY TRAILER! YOU WILL NOT FIND A BETTER DEAL! CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION! (609) 784-8637 TRAILER STANDARD FEATURES! DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILER! HEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM I-BEAMS ( 8" X 5") KODIAK DISC BRAKES ON ALL THREE AXLES (Stainless steel mounting/moving parts with dacromet coated calipers and rotors!)TORSION AXLESELECTRIC OVER HYDRAULIC BRAKE SYSTEM STAINLESS STEEL HARDWARE & STAINLESS STEEL U-BOLTSSTAINLESS STEEL CUSHION LOOPS SPARE TIRE AND SPARE TIRE BRACKET THREE SETS OF BUNKS FOR BETTER HULL CONTACT (Rear bunks, mid bunks and target bunks) GALVANIZED STEEL CROSSMEMBERS, HARDWARE, TONGUE & WINCH STAND BLACK CARPETED HARDWOOD BUNKS DIAMOND PLATED ALUMINUM FENDERS & SIDE STEPS EXCLUSIVE ALUMINUM ALLOY SPLIT SPOKE WHEELS LED LIGHTS (Front, Double Side & Rear) 3X3 HEAVY DUTY WINCH STAND PLASTIC ISOLATORS IN-BETWEEN ALL METALS TO PREVENT METAL REACTION BOLT ON RUNNING GEAR FOUR TIE DOWNS, CABLES & CHAINS 16" RADIAL TIRES & MORE! We offer many shipping options & we ship around the WORLD! CALL FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. SHIPPING IS NOT INCLUDED WITH THIS PRICE! CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION! (609) 784-8637 50% deposit is required when using the BUY IT NOW option. If FULL payment is not made within 3 days of purchase date, we will relist the item. Deposit is non-refundable. If you chose the BUY IT NOW OPTION, you will receive an additional $300 off the trailer. We will adjust this amount after the deposit is received. We accept paypal, credit card, cash, check and money wires. How do I determine the correct capacity trailer for my boat? Transom to Bow Eye measurement: The Transom to Bow Eye measurement is the most critical in sizing a trailer for boat length. It is very important that this measurement is accurate when fitting a boat to the correct boat trailer. Please note that the correct transom to bow eye measurement is not the measurement from the tip of the boat to the back of the boat. The measurement should begin from the bow eye (the hook to where your winch cable will hook to) to the back of the transom (back of the boat). The Transom should not include the motor or the steps on the back of the boat. Measuring the Width of a boat: It is important that you measure the greatest outside width of the boat. In order to get the most accurate measurement, you must get inside the boat and measure from one side of the boat to the other side. This is an important measurement for larger boats and custom boats. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: The total weight of your boat, engine, fuel, batteries, water, gear and trailer must not exceed the trailer Groos Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). Over-loading can cause serious injury or property damage. Note: Maximum load carrying capacity is the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) less the weight of the empty trailer. The key to trouble-free trailering is properly matching the boat and the trailer. A proper match is one in which the trailer is designed and built to carry the full weight of your boat, engine, gear and which provides proper support for the boat hull. How do I decide if I want an aluminum or galvanized trailer? Aluminum Boat Trailers: All Dolphin Boat Trailers are made with Aluminum I-Beams. We take pride in our products and we want to make sure that our customers do as well. Aluminum frames are very strong and are found to be pleasing to many owners. Some choose aluminum boat trailers over steel boat trailers as a weight saving measure. Others prefer Aluminum Trailers because they are less likely to corrode or rust. Aluminum trailers are lightweight and durable. They are an excellent investment and they have a long life expectancy. Dolphin's Patented Aluminum I-beam with Non-slip Surface. We use a custom made I-Beam that includes many features that no other boat trailers have. Our Aluminum I-Beams have ridges protruding from the surface. This gives the I-Beams a non-slip surface. We also use a custom brake line channel that is built into the I-Beams. This serves as a safety channel for all wiring and brake lines. Galvanized Boat Trailers: Steel is strong and durable, but it is not ideal for boat trailers due to its lack of resistance to corrosion and rust. Once a boat trailer begins to rust it becomes dangerous for the boat that it is towing. We want our trailers to remain safe for the customer and the customer's boat for as long as possible, which is why we choose to use Aluminum I-Beams.

Aluminum Bunk Boat Trailers, New, Triple axel, Step hull, center console, used

$7,750

Mount Holly, New Jersey

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DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS WINDLASS MODELS WINDLASS MODELS OFFER CARRYING CAPACITY'S FROM 13,000 #, 15,000 #, 18,000 # -20,000 # and 28'-38' ft DOLPHIN BOAT WINDLASS MODELS ARE CUSTOM BUILT TO FIT YOUR BOAT! Please note: If you choose to "buy it now" you will be purchasing the 13,000 # trailer. If you would like a smaller or larger model, please contact us direct through messaging or phone. CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION! (609) 784-8637 DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS STANDARD FEATURES! HEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM I-BEAMS ( 8" X 5") KODIAK DISC BRAKES ON ALL THREE AXLES (Stainless steel mounting/moving parts with dacromet coated calipers and rotors!) THREE SETS OF BUNKS FOR BETTER HULL CONTACT (Rear bunks, mid bunks and target bunks) GALVANIZED STEEL CROSSMEMBERS, HARDWARE, TONGUE & WINCH STAND BLACK CARPETED HARDWOOD BUNKS DIAMOND PLATED ALUMINUM FENDERS & SIDE STEPS EXCLUSIVE ALUMINUM ALLOY SPLIT SPOKE WHEELS LED LIGHTS (Front, Double Side & Rear) 3X3 HEAVY DUTY WINCH STAND BOLT ON RUNNING GEAR FOUR TIE DOWNS, CABLES & CHAINS 16" RADIAL TIRES 25" SPRINGS & MORE! We offer many shipping options & we ship around the WORLD! AVAILABLE UPGRADES: Step hull bunks Electric over hydraulic brake system Stainless Steel: Hardware / U-bolts / Brake Line Kit / Disc Brakes Spare Tire & Mounting Bracket Splash Guards Torsion Axles Extra hub assembly Ask us about additional upgrades WINDLASS MODELS: CALL FOR PRICING! WINDLASS 13,000: Fits 28' - 32' boat weighing up to 13,000# WINDLASS 15,000: Fits 32' - 36' boat weighing up to 15,000# WINDLASS 18,000: Fits 32' - 38' boat weighing up to 18,000# WINDLASS 20,000: Fits 32' - 38' boat weighing up to 20,000# CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION! (609) 784-8637 WE CUSTOM BUILD QUALITY TRAILERS TO FIT ANY BOAT! MESSAGE OR CALL TODAY FOR ADDITIONAL MODEL DETAILS! UNBEATABLE PRICES! How do I determine the correct capacity trailer for my boat? Transom to Bow Eye measurement: The Transom to Bow Eye measurement is the most critical in sizing a trailer for boat length. It is very important that this measurement is accurate when fitting a boat to the correct boat trailer. Please note that the correct transom to bow eye measurement is not the measurement from the tip of the boat to the back of the boat. The measurement should begin from the bow eye (the hook to where your winch cable will hook to) to the back of the transom (back of the boat). The Transom should not include the motor or the steps on the back of the boat. Measuring the Width of a boat: It is important that you measure the greatest outside width of the boat. In order to get the most accurate measurement, you must get inside the boat and measure from one side of the boat to the other side. This is an important measurement for larger boats and custom boats. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: The total weight of your boat, engine, fuel, batteries, water, gear and trailer must not exceed the trailer Groos Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). Over-loading can cause serious injury or property damage. Note: Maximum load carrying capacity is the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) less the weight of the empty trailer. The key to trouble-free trailering is properly matching the boat and the trailer. A proper match is one in which the trailer is designed and built to carry the full weight of your boat, engine, gear and which provides proper support for the boat hull. How do I decide if I want an aluminum or galvanized trailer? Aluminum Boat Trailers: All Dolphin Boat Trailers are made with Aluminum I-Beams. We take pride in our products and we want to make sure that our customers do as well. Aluminum frames are very strong and are found to be pleasing to many owners. Some choose aluminum boat trailers over steel boat trailers as a weight saving measure. Others prefer Aluminum Trailers because they are less likely to corrode or rust. Aluminum trailers are lightweight and durable. They are an excellent investment and they have a long life expectancy. Dolphin's Patented Aluminum I-beam with Non-slip Surface. We use a custom made I-Beam that includes many features that no other boat trailers have. Our Aluminum I-Beams have ridges protruding from the surface. This gives the I-Beams a non-slip surface. We also use a custom brake line channel that is built into the I-Beams. This serves as a safety channel for all wiring and brake lines. Galvanized Boat Trailers: Steel is strong and durable, but it is not ideal for boat trailers due to its lack of resistance to corrosion and rust. Once a boat trailer begins to rust it becomes dangerous for the boat that it is towing. We want our trailers to remain safe for the customer and the customer's boat for as long as possible, which is why we choose to use Aluminum I-Beams. How do I decide if I need a bunk or roller trailer?*ROLLER PACKAGE, SELF ADJUSTING BUNKS & POLY SLEEVES ARE NOT OFFERED ON WINDLASS MODELS. Bunk Equipped Trailers: One of the main advantages of the bunk trailer is that it is easier to maintain. Bunks provide good support for boat storage if adjusted optimally. It is also easy to load onto a bunk trailer but it may require more than one person to secure the boat onto the trailer. Bunk trailers do tend to require little adjustment once set for a particular boat. Bunks are also known to cause less pressure points on the hull of your boat. Self-Adjusting Bunks: *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED These are bunks that lay flat and adjust to make 100% contact with the hull of your boat. This avoids putting any pressure points on your boat. These bunks also rivet back and forth allowing the boat to adjust properly onto the trailer. When the bunks move back and forth it makes it easier to launch and load onto the trailer. Self-Adjusting Bunks with Poly Sleeves *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED Poly Sleeves are placed around the bunks instead of carpet. One of the main advantages of poly sleeves are that the running gear, such as the springs, hubs, brakes etc does not have to be submerged because once these sleeves get slightly wet, your boat will slide right on and off the trailer. This is a benefit, especially in salt water, because salt water can cause corrosion to the trailer. These sleeves will not stick nor rust, like a roller kit might, which gives the customer confidence that the boat will not be damaged. Roller Equipped Trailers: We do not offer roller packaged for models over 5,500# Rollers offer quick roll-off launching and drive-on loading. Rollers are the ideal system for those launching and loading in poor conditions. It is also preferred if you launch and load alone. Please note that you must check with your local boat dealer to confirm that your trailer may travel on a roller trailer. Not all boats are designed to withstand the pressure points that a roller trailer may cause. **We do not like to recommend roller kits. Rollers are sometimes unpredictable and not as easy to maintain. If one of your rollers stick while loading or unloading, it can scratch the hull of your boat. If one of the rollers pop off then it can place a hole in the bottom of your boat. New Jersey is currently trying to outlaw roller trailers due to the hazards that they produce. Step Hull Trailers: Boats with a step hull require bunk trailers. In order to properly build the trailer to fir the customers boat; we must have the correct measurments of the steps. The trailer will then be custom made per specifications provided. Slight adjustments may be required. Add additional $250 for step hull bunk trailers. PLEASE SPECIFY THE TYPE OF BUNKS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE ON YOUR TRAILER IF YOU WOULD PREFER NON-STANDARD BUNKS. YOU CAN SPECIFY BY SENDING US A MESSAGE OF CALLING US DIRECT. Will my trailer be equipped with drum or disc brakes? Dolphin Boat Trailers include disc brakes on all axles, except for the Oasis 3,000 model. How long will it take to build my trailer? Build times vary based on the volume of orders received. Please ask an authorized Dolphin Trailer representative for more information. What is required to begin building my trailer? Because we build custom trailers, we require a 75% deposit to begin building your trailer. This deposit will cover most of the parts required to complete your trailer. Do you provide shipping? No, we do not personally ship your trailer. However, we have contacts with several shippers that provide competitive rates. We can assist all of our customers with shipping their trailers WORLDWIDE. How much does shipping cost? Shipping costs vary. Please contact us directly for a free custom shipping quote. You may also visit our website and fill out the form for a free custom quote. How do I register my trailer? We will provide the paperwork required for you to register your trailer at your local dmv. What paperwork will I receive with my completed trailer? We will issue a Bill of Sale, Manufacturers' Certificate of Origin (MCO) and a paid invoice. Will we have a temporary tag for you? No. Dolphin Trailers is a manufacturing company. We are unable to supply temporary tags for your trailer. Can I get the paperwork to register my trailer before the trailer is completed? Yes, but full payment is required before we can issue a VIN number. Are deposits refundable? Deposits received are refundable if requested within 3 business days of initial transaction. Deposits are used to order parts for your custom made trailer. What types of payments do we accept? We accept paypal, credit card (visa or mastercard), cash, personal check, cashiers check, money transfers and wire transfers. Please Note: We now use black carpet on the carpeted hardwood bunks! Also, some of the bunks in the pictures are for a step-hull boat. Step-hull bunks are an upgrade. Please Note: These are BRAND NEW trailers for sale. NO boat included! Shipping Rates: Please contact us for a FREE custom shipping quote! We are an authorized dealer of Dolphin Boat Trailers.

New Aluminum & Galvanized Boat Trailers - Triple Axle, Tandem Axle, Single Axle

$5,150

Mount Holly, New Jersey

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THESE PRICES WILL ONLY LAST UNTIL THE END OF APRIL! DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS ADMIRAL MODELS ADMIRAL MODELS OFFERS CARRYING CAPACITY'S FROM 9,000 #, 9,500 #, 10,500 #, 12,000 # and from 26'-29' ft LONG. DOLPHIN BOAT ADMIRAL MODELS ARE CUSTOM BUILT TO FIT YOUR BOAT! Please note: If you choose to "buy it now" you will be purchasing the 9,000 # trailer. If you would like a smaller or larger model please contact us direct. CONTACT NUMBER: 609- 784- 8637 MODEL INFORMATION & PRICING: - ADMIRAL 9,000: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 26' - 28' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 9,000# - $5,150 - ADMIRAL 9,500: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 27' - 28' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 9,500# - $5,450 - ADMIRAL 10,500: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 27' - 28' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 10,500# - $5,795 - ADMIRAL 12,000: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 28' - 29' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 12,000# - $6,325 DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS STANDARD FEATURES! HEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM I-BEAMS ( 8" X 5") WITH PATENTED NON-SLIP SURFACE KODIAK DISC BRAKES ON ALL THREE AXLES (Stainless steel mounting/moving parts with dacromet coated calipers and rotors!) TWO SETS OF BUNKS FOR BETTER HULL CONTACT (Rear bunks and target bunks) GALVANIZED STEEL CROSSMEMBERS, HARDWARE, TONGUE & WINCH STAND BLACK CARPETED HARDWOOD BUNKS DIAMOND PLATED ALUMINUM FENDERS & SIDE STEPS EXCLUSIVE ALUMINUM ALLOY SPLIT SPOKE WHEELS LED LIGHTS (Front, Double Side & Rear) HEAVY DUTY WINCH STAND 15" TIRES (14" tires on 9000# model) 25" SPRINGS4 TIE DOWNS JACK STAND WITH WHEEL TWO YEAR WARRANTY & MORE! We offer many shipping options & we ship around the WORLD! CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION! (609) 784- 8637 WE CUSTOM BUILD QUALITY TRAILERS TO FIT ANY BOAT! MESSAGE TODAY FOR ADDITIONAL MODELS! UNBEATABLE PRICES! How do I determine the correct capacity trailer for my boat? Transom to Bow Eye measurement: The Transom to Bow Eye measurement is the most critical in sizing a trailer for boat length. It is very important that this measurement is accurate when fitting a boat to the correct boat trailer. Please note that the correct transom to bow eye measurement is not the measurement from the tip of the boat to the back of the boat. The measurement should begin from the bow eye (the hook to where your winch cable will hook to) to the back of the transom (back of the boat). The Transom should not include the motor or the steps on the back of the boat. Measuring the Width of a boat: It is important that you measure the greatest outside width of the boat. In order to get the most accurate measurement, you must get inside the boat and measure from one side of the boat to the other side. This is an important measurement for larger boats and custom boats. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: The total weight of your boat, engine, fuel, batteries, water, gear and trailer must not exceed the trailer Groos Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). Over-loading can cause serious injury or property damage. Note: Maximum load carrying capacity is the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) less the weight of the empty trailer. The key to trouble-free trailering is properly matching the boat and the trailer. A proper match is one in which the trailer is designed and built to carry the full weight of your boat, engine, gear and which provides proper support for the boat hull. How do I decide if I want an aluminum or galvanized trailer? Aluminum Boat Trailers: All Dolphin Boat Trailers are made with Aluminum I-Beams. We take pride in our products and we want to make sure that our customers do as well. Aluminum frames are very strong and are found to be pleasing to many owners. Some choose aluminum boat trailers over steel boat trailers as a weight saving measure. Others prefer Aluminum Trailers because they are less likely to corrode or rust. Aluminum trailers are lightweight and durable. They are an excellent investment and they have a long life expectancy. Dolphin's Patented Aluminum I-beam with Non-slip Surface. We use a custom made I-Beam that includes many features that no other boat trailers have. Our Aluminum I-Beams have ridges protruding from the surface. This gives the I-Beams a non-slip surface. We also use a custom brake line channel that is built into the I-Beams. This serves as a safety channel for all wiring and brake lines. Galvanized Boat Trailers: Steel is strong and durable, but it is not ideal for boat trailers due to its lack of resistance to corrosion and rust. Once a boat trailer begins to rust it becomes dangerous for the boat that it is towing. We want our trailers to remain safe for the customer and the customer's boat for as long as possible, which is why we choose to use Aluminum I-Beams. How do I decide if I need a bunk or roller trailer? Bunk Equipped Trailers: One of the main advantages of the bunk trailer is that it is easier to maintain. Bunks provide good support for boat storage if adjusted optimally. It is also easy to load onto a bunk trailer but it may require more than one person to secure the boat onto the trailer. Bunk trailers do tend to require little adjustment once set for a particular boat. Bunks are also known to cause less pressure points on the hull of your boat. Self-Adjusting Bunks: *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED These are bunks that lay flat and adjust to make 100% contact with the hull of your boat. This avoids putting any pressure points on your boat. These bunks also rivet back and forth allowing the boat to adjust properly onto the trailer. When the bunks move back and forth it makes it easier to launch and load onto the trailer. Self-Adjusting Bunks with Poly Sleeves *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED Poly Sleeves are placed around the bunks instead of carpet. One of the main advantages of poly sleeves are that the running gear, such as the springs, hubs, brakes etc does not have to be submerged because once these sleeves get slightly wet, your boat will slide right on and off the trailer. This is a benefit, especially in salt water, because salt water can cause corrosion to the trailer. These sleeves will not stick nor rust, like a roller kit might, which gives the customer confidence that the boat will not be damaged. Roller Equipped Trailers: We do not offer roller packaged for models over 5,500# Rollers offer quick roll-off launching and drive-on loading. Rollers are the ideal system for those launching and loading in poor conditions. It is also preferred if you launch and load alone. Please note that you must check with your local boat dealer to confirm that your trailer may travel on a roller trailer. Not all boats are designed to withstand the pressure points that a roller trailer may cause. **We do not like to recommend roller kits. Rollers are sometimes unpredictable and not as easy to maintain. If one of your rollers stick while loading or unloading, it can scratch the hull of your boat. If one of the rollers pop off then it can place a hole in the bottom of your boat. New Jersey is currently trying to outlaw roller trailers due to the hazards that they produce. Step Hull Trailers: Boats with a step hull require bunk trailers. In order to properly build the trailer to fir the customers boat; we must have the correct measurments of the steps. The trailer will then be custom made per specifications provided. Slight adjustments may be required. Add additional $250 for step hull bunk trailers. PLEASE SPECIFY THE TYPE OF BUNKS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE ON YOUR TRAILER IF YOU WOULD PREFER NON-STANDARD BUNKS. YOU CAN SPECIFY BY SENDING US A MESSAGE OF CALLING US DIRECT. Will my trailer be equipped with drum or disc brakes? Dolphin Boat Trailers include disc brakes on all axles, except for the Oasis 3,000 model. How long will it take to build my trailer? Build times vary based on the volume of orders received. Please ask an authorized Dolphin Trailer representative for more information. What is required to begin building my trailer? Because we build custom trailers, we require a 75% deposit to begin building your trailer. This deposit will cover most of the parts required to complete your trailer. Do you provide shipping? No, we do not personally ship your trailer. However, we have contacts with several shippers that provide competitive rates. We can assist all of our customers with shipping their trailers WORLDWIDE. How much does shipping cost? Shipping costs vary. Please contact us directly for a free custom shipping quote. You may also visit our website and fill out the form for a free custom quote. How do I register my trailer? We will provide the paperwork required for you to register your trailer at your local dmv. What paperwork will I receive with my completed trailer? We will issue a Bill of Sale, Manufacturers' Certificate of Origin (MCO) and a paid invoice. Will we have a temporary tag for you? No. Dolphin Trailers is a manufacturing company. We are unable to supply temporary tags for your trailer. Can I get the paperwork to register my trailer before the trailer is completed? Yes, but full payment is required before we can issue a VIN number. Are deposits refundable? Deposits received are refundable if requested within 3 business days of initial transaction. Deposits are used to order parts for your custom made trailer. What types of payments do we accept? We accept paypal, credit card (visa or mastercard), cash, personal check, cashiers check, money transfers and wire transfers. Please Note: We now use black carpet on the carpeted hardwood bunks! Also, some of the bunks in the pictures are for a step-hull boat. Step-hull bunks are an upgrade. Please Note: These are BRAND NEW trailers for sale. NO boat included! Shipping Rates: Please contact us for a FREE custom shipping quote! We are an authorized dealer of Dolphin Boat Trailers.

Aluminum I beam bunk & roller trailers,Kodiak Disc Brakes, single axel, tandem

$2,150

Mount Holly, New Jersey

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THESE PRICES WILL ONLY LAST UNTIL THE END OF APRIL! DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS OASIS & C-SCAPE MODELS SINGLE & DOUBLE AXLE TRAILERS! OASIS & C-SCAPE MODELS OFFER CARRYING CAPACITY'S FROM 3,000 #, 3,500 #, 4,500 #, 5,000 #, 5,500 #, 6,000 #, and from 17' - 23' ft LONG. DOLPHIN BOAT OASIS & C-SCAPE MODELS ARE CUSTOM BUILT TO FIT YOUR BOAT! Please note: If you choose to "buy it now" you will be purchasing the 3,000 # single axle trailer. If you would like a smaller or larger model please contact us direct. CONTACT NUMBER: 609- 784- 8637 MODEL INFORMATION & PRICING: - OASIS 3,000: SINGLE AXLE *NO BRAKE: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 15' - 18' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 3,000# - $2,150 - OASIS 3,500: SINGLE AXLE WITH BRAKE: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 15' - 19' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 3,500# - $2,750 - C-SCAPE 4,500: DOUBLE AXLE: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 18' - 21' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 4,500# - $3,400 - C-SCAPE 5,000: DOUBLE AXLE: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 19' - 23' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 5,000# - $3,525 - C-SCAPE 5,500: DOUBLE AXLE: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 21' - 22' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 5,500# - $3,575 - C-SCAPE 6,000: DOUBLE AXLE: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 22' - 23' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 6,000# - $3,625 DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS STANDARD FEATURES! ALUMINUM I-BEAMS ( 5.5" X 3.0") WITH PATENTED NON-SLIP SURFACE KODIAK DISC BRAKES ON EACH AXLE (Stainless steel mounting/moving parts with dacromet coated calipers and rotors! BRAKES ARE NOT INCLUDED ON 3,000 MODEL) BLACK CARPETED HARDWOOD BUNKS GALVANIZED STEEL CROSSMEMBERS, HARDWARE, TONGUE & WINCH STAND DIAMOND PLATED ALUMINUM FENDERS & SIDE STEPS EXCLUSIVE ALUMINUM ALLOY SPLIT SPOKE WHEELS LED LIGHTS (Front, Double Side & Rear) SINGLE STAGE WINCH 14" & 15" TIRES25" SPRINGSTWO YEAR WARRANTY & MORE! We offer many shipping options & we ship around the WORLD! CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION! (609) 784- 8637 WE CUSTOM BUILD QUALITY TRAILERS TO FIT ANY BOAT! MESSAGE TODAY FOR ADDITIONAL MODELS! UNBEATABLE PRICES! How do I determine the correct capacity trailer for my boat? Transom to Bow Eye measurement: The Transom to Bow Eye measurement is the most critical in sizing a trailer for boat length. It is very important that this measurement is accurate when fitting a boat to the correct boat trailer. Please note that the correct transom to bow eye measurement is not the measurement from the tip of the boat to the back of the boat. The measurement should begin from the bow eye (the hook to where your winch cable will hook to) to the back of the transom (back of the boat). The Transom should not include the motor or the steps on the back of the boat. Measuring the Width of a boat: It is important that you measure the greatest outside width of the boat. In order to get the most accurate measurement, you must get inside the boat and measure from one side of the boat to the other side. This is an important measurement for larger boats and custom boats. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: The total weight of your boat, engine, fuel, batteries, water, gear and trailer must not exceed the trailer Groos Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). Over-loading can cause serious injury or property damage. Note: Maximum load carrying capacity is the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) less the weight of the empty trailer. The key to trouble-free trailering is properly matching the boat and the trailer. A proper match is one in which the trailer is designed and built to carry the full weight of your boat, engine, gear and which provides proper support for the boat hull. How do I decide if I want an aluminum or galvanized trailer? Aluminum Boat Trailers: All Dolphin Boat Trailers are made with Aluminum I-Beams. We take pride in our products and we want to make sure that our customers do as well. Aluminum frames are very strong and are found to be pleasing to many owners. Some choose aluminum boat trailers over steel boat trailers as a weight saving measure. Others prefer Aluminum Trailers because they are less likely to corrode or rust. Aluminum trailers are lightweight and durable. They are an excellent investment and they have a long life expectancy. Dolphin's Patented Aluminum I-beam with Non-slip Surface. We use a custom made I-Beam that includes many features that no other boat trailers have. Our Aluminum I-Beams have ridges protruding from the surface. This gives the I-Beams a non-slip surface. We also use a custom brake line channel that is built into the I-Beams. This serves as a safety channel for all wiring and brake lines. Galvanized Boat Trailers: Steel is strong and durable, but it is not ideal for boat trailers due to its lack of resistance to corrosion and rust. Once a boat trailer begins to rust it becomes dangerous for the boat that it is towing. We want our trailers to remain safe for the customer and the customer's boat for as long as possible, which is why we choose to use Aluminum I-Beams. How do I decide if I need a bunk or roller trailer? Bunk Equipped Trailers: One of the main advantages of the bunk trailer is that it is easier to maintain. Bunks provide good support for boat storage if adjusted optimally. It is also easy to load onto a bunk trailer but it may require more than one person to secure the boat onto the trailer. Bunk trailers do tend to require little adjustment once set for a particular boat. Bunks are also known to cause less pressure points on the hull of your boat. Self-Adjusting Bunks: *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED These are bunks that lay flat and adjust to make 100% contact with the hull of your boat. This avoids putting any pressure points on your boat. These bunks also rivet back and forth allowing the boat to adjust properly onto the trailer. When the bunks move back and forth it makes it easier to launch and load onto the trailer. Self-Adjusting Bunks with Poly Sleeves *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED Poly Sleeves are placed around the bunks instead of carpet. One of the main advantages of poly sleeves are that the running gear, such as the springs, hubs, brakes etc does not have to be submerged because once these sleeves get slightly wet, your boat will slide right on and off the trailer. This is a benefit, especially in salt water, because salt water can cause corrosion to the trailer. These sleeves will not stick nor rust, like a roller kit might, which gives the customer confidence that the boat will not be damaged. Roller Equipped Trailers: We do not offer roller packaged for models over 5,500# Rollers offer quick roll-off launching and drive-on loading. Rollers are the ideal system for those launching and loading in poor conditions. It is also preferred if you launch and load alone. Please note that you must check with your local boat dealer to confirm that your trailer may travel on a roller trailer. Not all boats are designed to withstand the pressure points that a roller trailer may cause. **We do not like to recommend roller kits. Rollers are sometimes unpredictable and not as easy to maintain. If one of your rollers stick while loading or unloading, it can scratch the hull of your boat. If one of the rollers pop off then it can place a hole in the bottom of your boat. New Jersey is currently trying to outlaw roller trailers due to the hazards that they produce. Step Hull Trailers: Boats with a step hull require bunk trailers. In order to properly build the trailer to fir the customers boat; we must have the correct measurments of the steps. The trailer will then be custom made per specifications provided. Slight adjustments may be required. Add additional $250 for step hull bunk trailers. PLEASE SPECIFY THE TYPE OF BUNKS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE ON YOUR TRAILER IF YOU WOULD PREFER NON-STANDARD BUNKS. YOU CAN SPECIFY BY SENDING US A MESSAGE OF CALLING US DIRECT. Will my trailer be equipped with drum or disc brakes? Dolphin Boat Trailers include disc brakes on all axles, except for the Oasis 3,000 model. How long will it take to build my trailer? Build times vary based on the volume of orders received. Please ask an authorized Dolphin Trailer representative for more information. What is required to begin building my trailer? Because we build custom trailers, we require a 75% deposit to begin building your trailer. This deposit will cover most of the parts required to complete your trailer. Do you provide shipping? No, we do not personally ship your trailer. However, we have contacts with several shippers that provide competitive rates. We can assist all of our customers with shipping their trailers WORLDWIDE. How much does shipping cost? Shipping costs vary. Please contact us directly for a free custom shipping quote. You may also visit our website and fill out the form for a free custom quote. How do I register my trailer? We will provide the paperwork required for you to register your trailer at your local dmv. What paperwork will I receive with my completed trailer? We will issue a Bill of Sale, Manufacturers' Certificate of Origin (MCO) and a paid invoice. Will we have a temporary tag for you? No. Dolphin Trailers is a manufacturing company. We are unable to supply temporary tags for your trailer. Can I get the paperwork to register my trailer before the trailer is completed? Yes, but full payment is required before we can issue a VIN number. Are deposits refundable? Deposits received are refundable if requested within 3 business days of initial transaction. Deposits are used to order parts for your custom made trailer. What types of payments do we accept? We accept paypal, credit card (visa or mastercard), cash, personal check, cashiers check, money transfers and wire transfers. Please Note: We now use black carpet on the carpeted hardwood bunks! Also, some of the bunks in the pictures are for a step-hull boat. Step-hull bunks are an upgrade. Please Note: These are BRAND NEW trailers for sale. NO boat included! Shipping Rates: Please contact us for a FREE custom shipping quote! We are an authorized dealer of Dolphin Boat Trailers.

Aluminum Bunk Boat Trailers, New, Triple axel, Step hull, heavy boats, used

$7,750

Mount Holly, New Jersey

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THESE PRICES WILL ONLY LAST DURING THE MONTH OF APRIL! DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS WINDLASS MODELS WINDLASS MODELS OFFER CARRYING CAPACITY'S FROM 13,000 #, 15,000 #, 18,000 # -20,000 # and 28'-38' ft DOLPHIN BOAT WINDLASS MODELS ARE CUSTOM BUILT TO FIT YOUR BOAT! Please note: If you choose to "buy it now" you will be purchasing the 13,000 # trailer. If you would like a smaller or larger model, please contact us direct through messaging or phone. CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION! (609) 784-8637 DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS STANDARD FEATURES! HEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM I-BEAMS ( 8" X 5") KODIAK DISC BRAKES ON ALL THREE AXLES (Stainless steel mounting/moving parts with dacromet coated calipers and rotors!) THREE SETS OF BUNKS FOR BETTER HULL CONTACT (Rear bunks, mid bunks and target bunks) GALVANIZED STEEL CROSSMEMBERS, HARDWARE, TONGUE & WINCH STAND BLACK CARPETED HARDWOOD BUNKS DIAMOND PLATED ALUMINUM FENDERS & SIDE STEPS EXCLUSIVE ALUMINUM ALLOY SPLIT SPOKE WHEELS LED LIGHTS (Front, Double Side & Rear) 3X3 HEAVY DUTY WINCH STAND BOLT ON RUNNING GEAR FOUR TIE DOWNS, CABLES & CHAINS 16" RADIAL TIRES 25" SPRINGS & MORE! We offer many shipping options & we ship around the WORLD! AVAILABLE UPGRADES: Step hull bunks Electric over hydraulic brake system Stainless Steel: Hardware / U-bolts / Brake Line Kit / Disc Brakes Spare Tire & Mounting Bracket Splash Guards Torsion Axles Extra hub assembly Ask us about additional upgrades WINDLASS MODELS: WINDLASS 13,000: Fits 28' - 32' boat weighing up to 13,000# - $7,750 WINDLASS 15,000: Fits 32' - 36' boat weighing up to 15,000# - $8,675 WINDLASS 18,000: Fits 32' - 38' boat weighing up to 18,000# - $9,450 WINDLASS 20,000: Fits 32' - 38' boat weighing up to 20,000# - $11,200 CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION! (609) 784-8637 WE CUSTOM BUILD QUALITY TRAILERS TO FIT ANY BOAT! MESSAGE OR CALL TODAY FOR ADDITIONAL MODEL DETAILS! UNBEATABLE PRICES! How do I determine the correct capacity trailer for my boat? Transom to Bow Eye measurement: The Transom to Bow Eye measurement is the most critical in sizing a trailer for boat length. It is very important that this measurement is accurate when fitting a boat to the correct boat trailer. Please note that the correct transom to bow eye measurement is not the measurement from the tip of the boat to the back of the boat. The measurement should begin from the bow eye (the hook to where your winch cable will hook to) to the back of the transom (back of the boat). The Transom should not include the motor or the steps on the back of the boat. Measuring the Width of a boat: It is important that you measure the greatest outside width of the boat. In order to get the most accurate measurement, you must get inside the boat and measure from one side of the boat to the other side. This is an important measurement for larger boats and custom boats. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: The total weight of your boat, engine, fuel, batteries, water, gear and trailer must not exceed the trailer Groos Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). Over-loading can cause serious injury or property damage. Note: Maximum load carrying capacity is the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) less the weight of the empty trailer. The key to trouble-free trailering is properly matching the boat and the trailer. A proper match is one in which the trailer is designed and built to carry the full weight of your boat, engine, gear and which provides proper support for the boat hull. How do I decide if I want an aluminum or galvanized trailer? Aluminum Boat Trailers: All Dolphin Boat Trailers are made with Aluminum I-Beams. We take pride in our products and we want to make sure that our customers do as well. Aluminum frames are very strong and are found to be pleasing to many owners. Some choose aluminum boat trailers over steel boat trailers as a weight saving measure. Others prefer Aluminum Trailers because they are less likely to corrode or rust. Aluminum trailers are lightweight and durable. They are an excellent investment and they have a long life expectancy. Dolphin's Patented Aluminum I-beam with Non-slip Surface. We use a custom made I-Beam that includes many features that no other boat trailers have. Our Aluminum I-Beams have ridges protruding from the surface. This gives the I-Beams a non-slip surface. We also use a custom brake line channel that is built into the I-Beams. This serves as a safety channel for all wiring and brake lines. Galvanized Boat Trailers: Steel is strong and durable, but it is not ideal for boat trailers due to its lack of resistance to corrosion and rust. Once a boat trailer begins to rust it becomes dangerous for the boat that it is towing. We want our trailers to remain safe for the customer and the customer's boat for as long as possible, which is why we choose to use Aluminum I-Beams. How do I decide if I need a bunk or roller trailer?*ROLLER PACKAGE, SELF ADJUSTING BUNKS & POLY SLEEVES ARE NOT OFFERED ON WINDLASS MODELS. Bunk Equipped Trailers: One of the main advantages of the bunk trailer is that it is easier to maintain. Bunks provide good support for boat storage if adjusted optimally. It is also easy to load onto a bunk trailer but it may require more than one person to secure the boat onto the trailer. Bunk trailers do tend to require little adjustment once set for a particular boat. Bunks are also known to cause less pressure points on the hull of your boat. Self-Adjusting Bunks: *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED These are bunks that lay flat and adjust to make 100% contact with the hull of your boat. This avoids putting any pressure points on your boat. These bunks also rivet back and forth allowing the boat to adjust properly onto the trailer. When the bunks move back and forth it makes it easier to launch and load onto the trailer. Self-Adjusting Bunks with Poly Sleeves *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED Poly Sleeves are placed around the bunks instead of carpet. One of the main advantages of poly sleeves are that the running gear, such as the springs, hubs, brakes etc does not have to be submerged because once these sleeves get slightly wet, your boat will slide right on and off the trailer. This is a benefit, especially in salt water, because salt water can cause corrosion to the trailer. These sleeves will not stick nor rust, like a roller kit might, which gives the customer confidence that the boat will not be damaged. Roller Equipped Trailers: We do not offer roller packaged for models over 5,500# Rollers offer quick roll-off launching and drive-on loading. Rollers are the ideal system for those launching and loading in poor conditions. It is also preferred if you launch and load alone. Please note that you must check with your local boat dealer to confirm that your trailer may travel on a roller trailer. Not all boats are designed to withstand the pressure points that a roller trailer may cause. **We do not like to recommend roller kits. Rollers are sometimes unpredictable and not as easy to maintain. If one of your rollers stick while loading or unloading, it can scratch the hull of your boat. If one of the rollers pop off then it can place a hole in the bottom of your boat. New Jersey is currently trying to outlaw roller trailers due to the hazards that they produce. Step Hull Trailers: Boats with a step hull require bunk trailers. In order to properly build the trailer to fir the customers boat; we must have the correct measurments of the steps. The trailer will then be custom made per specifications provided. Slight adjustments may be required. Add additional $250 for step hull bunk trailers. PLEASE SPECIFY THE TYPE OF BUNKS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE ON YOUR TRAILER IF YOU WOULD PREFER NON-STANDARD BUNKS. YOU CAN SPECIFY BY SENDING US A MESSAGE OF CALLING US DIRECT. Will my trailer be equipped with drum or disc brakes? Dolphin Boat Trailers include disc brakes on all axles, except for the Oasis 3,000 model. How long will it take to build my trailer? Build times vary based on the volume of orders received. Please ask an authorized Dolphin Trailer representative for more information. What is required to begin building my trailer? Because we build custom trailers, we require a 75% deposit to begin building your trailer. This deposit will cover most of the parts required to complete your trailer. Do you provide shipping? No, we do not personally ship your trailer. However, we have contacts with several shippers that provide competitive rates. We can assist all of our customers with shipping their trailers WORLDWIDE. How much does shipping cost? Shipping costs vary. Please contact us directly for a free custom shipping quote. You may also visit our website and fill out the form for a free custom quote. How do I register my trailer? We will provide the paperwork required for you to register your trailer at your local dmv. What paperwork will I receive with my completed trailer? We will issue a Bill of Sale, Manufacturers' Certificate of Origin (MCO) and a paid invoice. Will we have a temporary tag for you? No. Dolphin Trailers is a manufacturing company. We are unable to supply temporary tags for your trailer. Can I get the paperwork to register my trailer before the trailer is completed? Yes, but full payment is required before we can issue a VIN number. Are deposits refundable? Deposits received are refundable if requested within 3 business days of initial transaction. Deposits are used to order parts for your custom made trailer. What types of payments do we accept? We accept paypal, credit card (visa or mastercard), cash, personal check, cashiers check, money transfers and wire transfers. Please Note: We now use black carpet on the carpeted hardwood bunks! Also, some of the bunks in the pictures are for a step-hull boat. Step-hull bunks are an upgrade. Please Note: These are BRAND NEW trailers for sale. NO boat included! Shipping Rates: Please contact us for a FREE custom shipping quote! We are an authorized dealer of Dolphin Boat Trailers.

Aluminum I beam bunk & roller trailers,Kodiak Disc Brakes, triple axel, tandem

$2,100

Mount Holly, New Jersey

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THESE PRICES WILL ONLY LAST UNTIL THE END OF MARCH! DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS OASIS & C-SCAPE MODELS SINGLE & DOUBLE AXLE TRAILERS! OASIS & C-SCAPE MODELS OFFER CARRYING CAPACITY'S FROM 3,000 #, 3,500 #, 4,500 #, 5,000 #, 5,500 #, 6,000 #, and from 17' - 23' ft LONG. DOLPHIN BOAT OASIS & C-SCAPE MODELS ARE CUSTOM BUILT TO FIT YOUR BOAT! Please note: If you choose to "buy it now" you will be purchasing the 3,000 # single axle trailer. If you would like a smaller or larger model please contact us direct. CONTACT NUMBER: 609- 784- 8637 MODEL INFORMATION & PRICING: - OASIS 3,000: SINGLE AXLE *NO BRAKE: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 15' - 18' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 3,000# - $2,100 - OASIS 3,500: SINGLE AXLE WITH BRAKE: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 15' - 19' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 3,500# - $2,700 - C-SCAPE 4,500: DOUBLE AXLE: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 18' - 21' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 4,500# - $3,350 - C-SCAPE 5,000: DOUBLE AXLE: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 19' - 23' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 5,000# - $3,475 - C-SCAPE 5,500: DOUBLE AXLE: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 21' - 22' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 5,500# - $3,525 - C-SCAPE 6,000: DOUBLE AXLE: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 22' - 23' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 6,000# - $3,575 DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS STANDARD FEATURES! ALUMINUM I-BEAMS ( 5.5" X 3.0") WITH PATENTED NON-SLIP SURFACE KODIAK DISC BRAKES ON EACH AXLE (Stainless steel mounting/moving parts with dacromet coated calipers and rotors! BRAKES ARE NOT INCLUDED ON 3,000 MODEL) BLACK CARPETED HARDWOOD BUNKS GALVANIZED STEEL CROSSMEMBERS, HARDWARE, TONGUE & WINCH STAND DIAMOND PLATED ALUMINUM FENDERS & SIDE STEPS EXCLUSIVE ALUMINUM ALLOY SPLIT SPOKE WHEELS LED LIGHTS (Front, Double Side & Rear) SINGLE STAGE WINCH 14" & 15" TIRES25" SPRINGSTWO YEAR WARRANTY & MORE! We offer many shipping options & we ship around the WORLD! CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION! (609) 784- 8637 WE CUSTOM BUILD QUALITY TRAILERS TO FIT ANY BOAT! MESSAGE TODAY FOR ADDITIONAL MODELS! UNBEATABLE PRICES! How do I determine the correct capacity trailer for my boat? Transom to Bow Eye measurement: The Transom to Bow Eye measurement is the most critical in sizing a trailer for boat length. It is very important that this measurement is accurate when fitting a boat to the correct boat trailer. Please note that the correct transom to bow eye measurement is not the measurement from the tip of the boat to the back of the boat. The measurement should begin from the bow eye (the hook to where your winch cable will hook to) to the back of the transom (back of the boat). The Transom should not include the motor or the steps on the back of the boat. Measuring the Width of a boat: It is important that you measure the greatest outside width of the boat. In order to get the most accurate measurement, you must get inside the boat and measure from one side of the boat to the other side. This is an important measurement for larger boats and custom boats. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: The total weight of your boat, engine, fuel, batteries, water, gear and trailer must not exceed the trailer Groos Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). Over-loading can cause serious injury or property damage. Note: Maximum load carrying capacity is the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) less the weight of the empty trailer. The key to trouble-free trailering is properly matching the boat and the trailer. A proper match is one in which the trailer is designed and built to carry the full weight of your boat, engine, gear and which provides proper support for the boat hull. How do I decide if I want an aluminum or galvanized trailer? Aluminum Boat Trailers: All Dolphin Boat Trailers are made with Aluminum I-Beams. We take pride in our products and we want to make sure that our customers do as well. Aluminum frames are very strong and are found to be pleasing to many owners. Some choose aluminum boat trailers over steel boat trailers as a weight saving measure. Others prefer Aluminum Trailers because they are less likely to corrode or rust. Aluminum trailers are lightweight and durable. They are an excellent investment and they have a long life expectancy. Dolphin's Patented Aluminum I-beam with Non-slip Surface. We use a custom made I-Beam that includes many features that no other boat trailers have. Our Aluminum I-Beams have ridges protruding from the surface. This gives the I-Beams a non-slip surface. We also use a custom brake line channel that is built into the I-Beams. This serves as a safety channel for all wiring and brake lines. Galvanized Boat Trailers: Steel is strong and durable, but it is not ideal for boat trailers due to its lack of resistance to corrosion and rust. Once a boat trailer begins to rust it becomes dangerous for the boat that it is towing. We want our trailers to remain safe for the customer and the customer's boat for as long as possible, which is why we choose to use Aluminum I-Beams. How do I decide if I need a bunk or roller trailer? Bunk Equipped Trailers: One of the main advantages of the bunk trailer is that it is easier to maintain. Bunks provide good support for boat storage if adjusted optimally. It is also easy to load onto a bunk trailer but it may require more than one person to secure the boat onto the trailer. Bunk trailers do tend to require little adjustment once set for a particular boat. Bunks are also known to cause less pressure points on the hull of your boat. Self-Adjusting Bunks: *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED These are bunks that lay flat and adjust to make 100% contact with the hull of your boat. This avoids putting any pressure points on your boat. These bunks also rivet back and forth allowing the boat to adjust properly onto the trailer. When the bunks move back and forth it makes it easier to launch and load onto the trailer. Self-Adjusting Bunks with Poly Sleeves *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED Poly Sleeves are placed around the bunks instead of carpet. One of the main advantages of poly sleeves are that the running gear, such as the springs, hubs, brakes etc does not have to be submerged because once these sleeves get slightly wet, your boat will slide right on and off the trailer. This is a benefit, especially in salt water, because salt water can cause corrosion to the trailer. These sleeves will not stick nor rust, like a roller kit might, which gives the customer confidence that the boat will not be damaged. Roller Equipped Trailers: We do not offer roller packaged for models over 5,500# Rollers offer quick roll-off launching and drive-on loading. Rollers are the ideal system for those launching and loading in poor conditions. It is also preferred if you launch and load alone. Please note that you must check with your local boat dealer to confirm that your trailer may travel on a roller trailer. Not all boats are designed to withstand the pressure points that a roller trailer may cause. **We do not like to recommend roller kits. Rollers are sometimes unpredictable and not as easy to maintain. If one of your rollers stick while loading or unloading, it can scratch the hull of your boat. If one of the rollers pop off then it can place a hole in the bottom of your boat. New Jersey is currently trying to outlaw roller trailers due to the hazards that they produce. Step Hull Trailers: Boats with a step hull require bunk trailers. In order to properly build the trailer to fir the customers boat; we must have the correct measurments of the steps. The trailer will then be custom made per specifications provided. Slight adjustments may be required. Add additional $250 for step hull bunk trailers. PLEASE SPECIFY THE TYPE OF BUNKS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE ON YOUR TRAILER IF YOU WOULD PREFER NON-STANDARD BUNKS. YOU CAN SPECIFY BY SENDING US A MESSAGE OF CALLING US DIRECT. Will my trailer be equipped with drum or disc brakes? Dolphin Boat Trailers include disc brakes on all axles, except for the Oasis 3,000 model. How long will it take to build my trailer? Build times vary based on the volume of orders received. Please ask an authorized Dolphin Trailer representative for more information. What is required to begin building my trailer? Because we build custom trailers, we require a 75% deposit to begin building your trailer. This deposit will cover most of the parts required to complete your trailer. Do you provide shipping? No, we do not personally ship your trailer. However, we have contacts with several shippers that provide competitive rates. We can assist all of our customers with shipping their trailers WORLDWIDE. How much does shipping cost? Shipping costs vary. Please contact us directly for a free custom shipping quote. You may also visit our website and fill out the form for a free custom quote. How do I register my trailer? We will provide the paperwork required for you to register your trailer at your local dmv. What paperwork will I receive with my completed trailer? We will issue a Bill of Sale, Manufacturers' Certificate of Origin (MCO) and a paid invoice. Will we have a temporary tag for you? No. Dolphin Trailers is a manufacturing company. We are unable to supply temporary tags for your trailer. Can I get the paperwork to register my trailer before the trailer is completed? Yes, but full payment is required before we can issue a VIN number. Are deposits refundable? Deposits received are refundable if requested within 3 business days of initial transaction. Deposits are used to order parts for your custom made trailer. What types of payments do we accept? We accept paypal, credit card (visa or mastercard), cash, personal check, cashiers check, money transfers and wire transfers. Please Note: We now use black carpet on the carpeted hardwood bunks! Also, some of the bunks in the pictures are for a step-hull boat. Step-hull bunks are an upgrade. Please Note: These are BRAND NEW trailers for sale. NO boat included! Shipping Rates: Please contact us for a FREE custom shipping quote! We are an authorized dealer of Dolphin Boat Trailers.

New Aluminum & Galvanized Boat Trailers - Triple Axle, Tandem Axle, Used

$4,995

Mount Holly, New Jersey

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THESE PRICES WILL ONLY LAST UNTIL THE END OF MARCH! DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS ADMIRAL MODELS ADMIRAL MODELS OFFERS CARRYING CAPACITY'S FROM 9,000 #, 9,500 #, 10,500 #, 12,000 # and from 26'-29' ft LONG. DOLPHIN BOAT ADMIRAL MODELS ARE CUSTOM BUILT TO FIT YOUR BOAT! Please note: If you choose to "buy it now" you will be purchasing the 9,000 # trailer. If you would like a smaller or larger model please contact us direct. CONTACT NUMBER: 609- 784- 8637 MODEL INFORMATION & PRICING: - ADMIRAL 9,000: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 26' - 28' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 9,000# - $4,995 - ADMIRAL 9,500: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 27' - 28' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 9,500# - $5,395 - ADMIRAL 10,500: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 27' - 28' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 10,500# - $5,725 - ADMIRAL 12,000: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 28' - 29' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 12,000# - $6,250 DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS STANDARD FEATURES! HEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM I-BEAMS ( 8" X 5") WITH PATENTED NON-SLIP SURFACE KODIAK DISC BRAKES ON ALL THREE AXLES (Stainless steel mounting/moving parts with dacromet coated calipers and rotors!) TWO SETS OF BUNKS FOR BETTER HULL CONTACT (Rear bunks and target bunks) GALVANIZED STEEL CROSSMEMBERS, HARDWARE, TONGUE & WINCH STAND BLACK CARPETED HARDWOOD BUNKS DIAMOND PLATED ALUMINUM FENDERS & SIDE STEPS EXCLUSIVE ALUMINUM ALLOY SPLIT SPOKE WHEELS LED LIGHTS (Front, Double Side & Rear) HEAVY DUTY WINCH STAND 15" TIRES (14" tires on 9000# model) 25" SPRINGS4 TIE DOWNS JACK STAND WITH WHEEL TWO YEAR WARRANTY & MORE! We offer many shipping options & we ship around the WORLD! CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION! (609) 784- 8637 WE CUSTOM BUILD QUALITY TRAILERS TO FIT ANY BOAT! MESSAGE TODAY FOR ADDITIONAL MODELS! UNBEATABLE PRICES! How do I determine the correct capacity trailer for my boat? Transom to Bow Eye measurement: The Transom to Bow Eye measurement is the most critical in sizing a trailer for boat length. It is very important that this measurement is accurate when fitting a boat to the correct boat trailer. Please note that the correct transom to bow eye measurement is not the measurement from the tip of the boat to the back of the boat. The measurement should begin from the bow eye (the hook to where your winch cable will hook to) to the back of the transom (back of the boat). The Transom should not include the motor or the steps on the back of the boat. Measuring the Width of a boat: It is important that you measure the greatest outside width of the boat. In order to get the most accurate measurement, you must get inside the boat and measure from one side of the boat to the other side. This is an important measurement for larger boats and custom boats. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: The total weight of your boat, engine, fuel, batteries, water, gear and trailer must not exceed the trailer Groos Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). Over-loading can cause serious injury or property damage. Note: Maximum load carrying capacity is the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) less the weight of the empty trailer. The key to trouble-free trailering is properly matching the boat and the trailer. A proper match is one in which the trailer is designed and built to carry the full weight of your boat, engine, gear and which provides proper support for the boat hull. How do I decide if I want an aluminum or galvanized trailer? Aluminum Boat Trailers: All Dolphin Boat Trailers are made with Aluminum I-Beams. We take pride in our products and we want to make sure that our customers do as well. Aluminum frames are very strong and are found to be pleasing to many owners. Some choose aluminum boat trailers over steel boat trailers as a weight saving measure. Others prefer Aluminum Trailers because they are less likely to corrode or rust. Aluminum trailers are lightweight and durable. They are an excellent investment and they have a long life expectancy. Dolphin's Patented Aluminum I-beam with Non-slip Surface. We use a custom made I-Beam that includes many features that no other boat trailers have. Our Aluminum I-Beams have ridges protruding from the surface. This gives the I-Beams a non-slip surface. We also use a custom brake line channel that is built into the I-Beams. This serves as a safety channel for all wiring and brake lines. Galvanized Boat Trailers: Steel is strong and durable, but it is not ideal for boat trailers due to its lack of resistance to corrosion and rust. Once a boat trailer begins to rust it becomes dangerous for the boat that it is towing. We want our trailers to remain safe for the customer and the customer's boat for as long as possible, which is why we choose to use Aluminum I-Beams. How do I decide if I need a bunk or roller trailer? Bunk Equipped Trailers: One of the main advantages of the bunk trailer is that it is easier to maintain. Bunks provide good support for boat storage if adjusted optimally. It is also easy to load onto a bunk trailer but it may require more than one person to secure the boat onto the trailer. Bunk trailers do tend to require little adjustment once set for a particular boat. Bunks are also known to cause less pressure points on the hull of your boat. Self-Adjusting Bunks: *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED These are bunks that lay flat and adjust to make 100% contact with the hull of your boat. This avoids putting any pressure points on your boat. These bunks also rivet back and forth allowing the boat to adjust properly onto the trailer. When the bunks move back and forth it makes it easier to launch and load onto the trailer. Self-Adjusting Bunks with Poly Sleeves *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED Poly Sleeves are placed around the bunks instead of carpet. One of the main advantages of poly sleeves are that the running gear, such as the springs, hubs, brakes etc does not have to be submerged because once these sleeves get slightly wet, your boat will slide right on and off the trailer. This is a benefit, especially in salt water, because salt water can cause corrosion to the trailer. These sleeves will not stick nor rust, like a roller kit might, which gives the customer confidence that the boat will not be damaged. Roller Equipped Trailers: We do not offer roller packaged for models over 5,500# Rollers offer quick roll-off launching and drive-on loading. Rollers are the ideal system for those launching and loading in poor conditions. It is also preferred if you launch and load alone. Please note that you must check with your local boat dealer to confirm that your trailer may travel on a roller trailer. Not all boats are designed to withstand the pressure points that a roller trailer may cause. **We do not like to recommend roller kits. Rollers are sometimes unpredictable and not as easy to maintain. If one of your rollers stick while loading or unloading, it can scratch the hull of your boat. If one of the rollers pop off then it can place a hole in the bottom of your boat. New Jersey is currently trying to outlaw roller trailers due to the hazards that they produce. Step Hull Trailers: Boats with a step hull require bunk trailers. In order to properly build the trailer to fir the customers boat; we must have the correct measurments of the steps. The trailer will then be custom made per specifications provided. Slight adjustments may be required. Add additional $250 for step hull bunk trailers. PLEASE SPECIFY THE TYPE OF BUNKS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE ON YOUR TRAILER IF YOU WOULD PREFER NON-STANDARD BUNKS. YOU CAN SPECIFY BY SENDING US A MESSAGE OF CALLING US DIRECT. Will my trailer be equipped with drum or disc brakes? Dolphin Boat Trailers include disc brakes on all axles, except for the Oasis 3,000 model. How long will it take to build my trailer? Build times vary based on the volume of orders received. Please ask an authorized Dolphin Trailer representative for more information. What is required to begin building my trailer? Because we build custom trailers, we require a 75% deposit to begin building your trailer. This deposit will cover most of the parts required to complete your trailer. Do you provide shipping? No, we do not personally ship your trailer. However, we have contacts with several shippers that provide competitive rates. We can assist all of our customers with shipping their trailers WORLDWIDE. How much does shipping cost? Shipping costs vary. Please contact us directly for a free custom shipping quote. You may also visit our website and fill out the form for a free custom quote. How do I register my trailer? We will provide the paperwork required for you to register your trailer at your local dmv. What paperwork will I receive with my completed trailer? We will issue a Bill of Sale, Manufacturers' Certificate of Origin (MCO) and a paid invoice. Will we have a temporary tag for you? No. Dolphin Trailers is a manufacturing company. We are unable to supply temporary tags for your trailer. Can I get the paperwork to register my trailer before the trailer is completed? Yes, but full payment is required before we can issue a VIN number. Are deposits refundable? Deposits received are refundable if requested within 3 business days of initial transaction. Deposits are used to order parts for your custom made trailer. What types of payments do we accept? We accept paypal, credit card (visa or mastercard), cash, personal check, cashiers check, money transfers and wire transfers. Please Note: We now use black carpet on the carpeted hardwood bunks! Also, some of the bunks in the pictures are for a step-hull boat. Step-hull bunks are an upgrade. Please Note: These are BRAND NEW trailers for sale. NO boat included! Shipping Rates: Please contact us for a FREE custom shipping quote! We are an authorized dealer of Dolphin Boat Trailers.

Boat Trailers! Kodiak Disc Brakes, Aluminum I-Beams, New & Used

$3,895

Mount Holly, New Jersey

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THESE PRICES ONLY LAST UNTIL THE END OF MARCH! BUY BOW! DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS BREAKWATER MODELS BREAKWATER MODELS OFFER CARRYING CAPACITY'S FROM 6,500 #, 7,000 #, 8,000 # - 8,500 # and 23'-27' ft LONG. DOLPHIN BOAT BREAKWATER MODELS ARE CUSTOM BUILT TO FIT YOUR BOAT! CALL TODAY FOR A FREE CUSTOM QUOTE! 609 - 784 - 8637 PLEASE NOTE: If you choose "buy it now" you will be purchasing the 6,500 # model. Please contact us directly via messaging or phone for a smaller or larger model. MODEL INFORMATION & PRICING: - BREAKWATER 6,500: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 23' - 25' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 6,500# - $3,895 - BREAKWATER 7,000: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 25' - 26' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 7,000# - $3,950 - BREAKWATER 7,500: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 25' - 26' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 7,500# - $3,995 - BREAKWATER 8,000: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 25' - 26' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 8,000# - $4,150 - BREAKWATER 8,500: BUILT FOR BOATS BETWEEN 26' - 27' IN LENGTH & WEIGHING UP TO 8,500# - $4,225 DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS STANDARD FEATURES! HEAVY DUTY ALUMINUM I-BEAMS WITH PATENTED NON-SLIP SURFACE KODIAK DISC BRAKES ON BOTH AXLES (Stainless steel mounting/moving parts with dacromet coated calipers and rotors!)GALVANIZED STEEL CROSSMEMBERS, HARDWARE, TONGUE & WINCH STANDALUMINUM ALLOY SPLIT SPOKE 15" WHEELS CUSTOM BRAKE LINE CHANNEL BUILT INTO I-BEAMRUBBER BRAKE LINEJACK STAND WITH WHEEL BLACK CARPETED HARDWOOD BUNKS DIAMOND PLATED ALUMINUM FENDERS & SIDE STEPS EXCLUSIVE ALUMINUM ALLOY SPLIT SPOKE WHEELS LED LIGHTS (Front, Double Side & Rear) HEAVY DUTY WINCH STAND 25" SPRINGSTWO YEAR WARRANTY & MORE! We offer many shipping options & we ship around the WORLD! CALL US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION! (609) 784 - 8637 WE CUSTOM BUILD QUALITY TRAILERS TO FIT ANY BOAT! MESSAGE OR CALL TODAY FOR ADDITIONAL MODEL DETAILS! UNBEATABLE PRICES! How do I determine the correct capacity trailer for my boat? Transom to Bow Eye measurement: The Transom to Bow Eye measurement is the most critical in sizing a trailer for boat length. It is very important that this measurement is accurate when fitting a boat to the correct boat trailer. Please note that the correct transom to bow eye measurement is not the measurement from the tip of the boat to the back of the boat. The measurement should begin from the bow eye (the hook to where your winch cable will hook to) to the back of the transom (back of the boat). The Transom should not include the motor or the steps on the back of the boat. Measuring the Width of a boat: It is important that you measure the greatest outside width of the boat. In order to get the most accurate measurement, you must get inside the boat and measure from one side of the boat to the other side. This is an important measurement for larger boats and custom boats. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating: The total weight of your boat, engine, fuel, batteries, water, gear and trailer must not exceed the trailer Groos Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). Over-loading can cause serious injury or property damage. Note: Maximum load carrying capacity is the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) less the weight of the empty trailer. The key to trouble-free trailering is properly matching the boat and the trailer. A proper match is one in which the trailer is designed and built to carry the full weight of your boat, engine, gear and which provides proper support for the boat hull. How do I decide if I want an aluminum or galvanized trailer? Aluminum Boat Trailers: All Dolphin Boat Trailers are made with Aluminum I-Beams. We take pride in our products and we want to make sure that our customers do as well. Aluminum frames are very strong and are found to be pleasing to many owners. Some choose aluminum boat trailers over steel boat trailers as a weight saving measure. Others prefer Aluminum Trailers because they are less likely to corrode or rust. Aluminum trailers are lightweight and durable. They are an excellent investment and they have a long life expectancy. Dolphin's Patented Aluminum I-beam with Non-slip Surface. We use a custom made I-Beam that includes many features that no other boat trailers have. Our Aluminum I-Beams have ridges protruding from the surface. This gives the I-Beams a non-slip surface. We also use a custom brake line channel that is built into the I-Beams. This serves as a safety channel for all wiring and brake lines. Galvanized Boat Trailers: Steel is strong and durable, but it is not ideal for boat trailers due to its lack of resistance to corrosion and rust. Once a boat trailer begins to rust it becomes dangerous for the boat that it is towing. We want our trailers to remain safe for the customer and the customer's boat for as long as possible, which is why we choose to use Aluminum I-Beams. How do I decide if I need a bunk or roller trailer? Bunk Equipped Trailers: One of the main advantages of the bunk trailer is that it is easier to maintain. Bunks provide good support for boat storage if adjusted optimally. It is also easy to load onto a bunk trailer but it may require more than one person to secure the boat onto the trailer. Bunk trailers do tend to require little adjustment once set for a particular boat. Bunks are also known to cause less pressure points on the hull of your boat. Self-Adjusting Bunks: *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED These are bunks that lay flat and adjust to make 100% contact with the hull of your boat. This avoids putting any pressure points on your boat. These bunks also rivet back and forth allowing the boat to adjust properly onto the trailer. When the bunks move back and forth it makes it easier to launch and load onto the trailer. Self-Adjusting Bunks with Poly Sleeves *DOLPHIN BOAT TRAILERS RECOMMENDED Poly Sleeves are placed around the bunks instead of carpet. One of the main advantages of poly sleeves are that the running gear, such as the springs, hubs, brakes etc does not have to be submerged because once these sleeves get slightly wet, your boat will slide right on and off the trailer. This is a benefit, especially in salt water, because salt water can cause corrosion to the trailer. These sleeves will not stick nor rust, like a roller kit might, which gives the customer confidence that the boat will not be damaged. Roller Equipped Trailers: We do not offer roller packaged for models over 5,500# Rollers offer quick roll-off launching and drive-on loading. Rollers are the ideal system for those launching and loading in poor conditions. It is also preferred if you launch and load alone. Please note that you must check with your local boat dealer to confirm that your trailer may travel on a roller trailer. Not all boats are designed to withstand the pressure points that a roller trailer may cause. **We do not like to recommend roller kits. Rollers are sometimes unpredictable and not as easy to maintain. If one of your rollers stick while loading or unloading, it can scratch the hull of your boat. If one of the rollers pop off then it can place a hole in the bottom of your boat. New Jersey is currently trying to outlaw roller trailers due to the hazards that they produce. Step Hull Trailers: Boats with a step hull require bunk trailers. In order to properly build the trailer to fir the customers boat; we must have the correct measurments of the steps. The trailer will then be custom made per specifications provided. Slight adjustments may be required. Add additional $250 for step hull bunk trailers. PLEASE SPECIFY THE TYPE OF BUNKS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE ON YOUR TRAILER IF YOU WOULD PREFER NON-STANDARD BUNKS. YOU CAN SPECIFY BY SENDING US A MESSAGE OF CALLING US DIRECT. Will my trailer be equipped with drum or disc brakes? Dolphin Boat Trailers include disc brakes on all axles, except for the Oasis 3,000 model. How long will it take to build my trailer? Build times vary based on the volume of orders received. Please ask an authorized Dolphin Trailer representative for more information. What is required to begin building my trailer? Because we build custom trailers, we require a 75% deposit to begin building your trailer. This deposit will cover most of the parts required to complete your trailer. Do you provide shipping? No, we do not personally ship your trailer. However, we have contacts with several shippers that provide competitive rates. We can assist all of our customers with shipping their trailers WORLDWIDE. How much does shipping cost? Shipping costs vary. Please contact us directly for a free custom shipping quote. You may also visit our website and fill out the form for a free custom quote. How do I register my trailer? We will provide the paperwork required for you to register your trailer at your local dmv. What paperwork will I receive with my completed trailer? We will issue a Bill of Sale, Manufacturers' Certificate of Origin (MCO) and a paid invoice. Will we have a temporary tag for you? No. Dolphin Trailers is a manufacturing company. We are unable to supply temporary tags for your trailer. Can I get the paperwork to register my trailer before the trailer is completed? Yes, but full payment is required before we can issue a VIN number. Are deposits refundable? Deposits received are refundable if requested within 3 business days of initial transaction. Deposits are used to order parts for your custom made trailer. What types of payments do we accept? We accept paypal, credit card (visa or mastercard), cash, personal check, cashiers check, money transfers and wire transfers. Please Note: We now use black carpet on the carpeted hardwood bunks! Also, some of the bunks in the pictures are for a step-hull boat. Step-hull bunks are an upgrade. Please Note: These are BRAND NEW trailers for sale. NO boat included! Shipping Rates: Please contact us for a FREE custom shipping quote! We are an authorized dealer of Dolphin Boat Trailers.