15 years a long time?? Mine is about 32 years old now... :cowboy:JW IN VA":14hux8zz said:Been real pleased with my 18' Sundowner.Bought new in '03.I know 15 years sounds like along time,and it is usually,but this trailer only gets hooked up less than a dozen times a year.
Bigfoot":zfkctrrh said:I used to deal in cattle and horse trailers quit a bit. Wilson is a quality product. I would warn you, several trailer brands, that used to be top of the line have started cutting corners. What size you thinking about?
kenny thomas":33r3k8u0 said:
Texasmark":2gwbk02o said:kenny thomas":2gwbk02o said:
Neighbor has an aluminum, maybe 24', pulls with a ¾ Ton Silverado with Duramax and Allison. Don't know the brand. It replaces the regular steel units and he is happy with it including the lighter net weight.
On the age comments from others, the older you get the smaller a year is to your total life and years just whizzzzzzz by. I cannot keep up with just how long ago I have done things thinking I did them just yesterday.
On that percentage mentioned above, I remember when I was a kid, just how longggggg the school week was and how short were the weekends.
dieselbeef":15jyu67f said:I didn't like the pan style sides and rolled into the btm to be part of the floor. the one I had rotted off the frame there..wasn't new..but it was a very difficult repair to keep the floor in it because the rolled under btm was the edges of the floor. lighter and worked but I guess the previous owner justlet it rust and eventually it became junk