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Old 03-19-2017, 08:18 AM   #1
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Any thoughts re Stealth Trailers? They seem to be a good budget option from CargoPro folks and come in 20 or 24 lengths:

http://www.snoprotrailers.com/model....=15&ModelID=37
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Old 03-19-2017, 09:22 PM   #2
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how is pricing ?
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Old 03-19-2017, 09:38 PM   #3
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I think the same company that owns, markets Mission trailers owns them as well.
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They are about $9k for basic aluminum 20'
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Old 03-20-2017, 12:24 PM   #5
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sounds like alot of value for the money.

let us know if you pull the trigger and report back
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I ended up getting a used ATC. It's only 18 feet, but I do not have a dedicated tow vehicle - using the family hauler Yukon XL. The ATC is fully loaded with winch, coin floor, covered walls, 5.2k torsion axles, etc (except escape door)
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I have a Stealth, CargoPro 23' v nose aluminum trailer. (mfg in Maine). I do NOT recommend them at all!!!!! There are issues with the construction, such as, the beaver tail fell off with coar loaded (4 welds???) the doors do not fit well, one is not sqaure oand the side door pops open despite deadbolt latch, while underway.......while The trailer does the job, I am not going to be a proponent for them. You get what you pay for....ATC./Inntech are much better choices, but more costly...... Enjoy your ATC
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Thank you, Country911 - sorry to hear about your troubles and glad I asked
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I think the original CargoPros were really good. I had one. Somewhere in the acquisition phase, quality seems to have gone drastically downward.
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U are welcome. A buddy recommended the cargopro/snowpro trailers.....his was great quality......mine works....just wouldn't tell anyone....."hey go check these guys out"
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I have a Sno Pro 28 gooseneck aluminum but it has a Thule label. Thule wanted to go beyond car toppers but it never went anywhere. Bought it used as a demo in 2009 and really no issues since. About 25 pulls a season.
I need to re fresh a few areas on the rear door but no big deal. I haz some aluminium welding skilz. There were some real funny details though. A few areas have simulated TIG welds made with aluminum colored caulking. Pumped for that "stack of dimes" look.
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