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These types seem to be the most common. They work for different sizes of PWC

And because its not that heavy you can tow it with pretty much any car.
 

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One thing I haven't looked into yet is how expensive the trailers are for the Spark. You have to count that as part of the cost of buying the Spark too. Anyone know how much this particular trailer costs?
 

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You can buy nice used pwc trailers for cheap usually. I see them offen listed for $500obo up here. I'll be hauling mine in the back of my truck so I can still tow my travel trailer
 

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You can buy nice used pwc trailers for cheap usually. I see them offen listed for $500obo up here. I'll be hauling mine in the back of my truck so I can still tow my travel trailer
Ouu thats a good idea too. How do you get it loaded up?
 

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Custom rack to hold the seadoo on an angle in the truck bed with a small electric winch up top, retractable ramp with small wheels to slide from the rack down into the water
 

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Custom rack to hold the seadoo on an angle in the truck bed with a small electric winch up top, retractable ramp with small wheels to slide from the rack down into the water
sounds like a sweet setup, and with a rack you have a good amount of space below to work with for storage
 

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Custom rack to hold the seadoo on an angle in the truck bed with a small electric winch up top, retractable ramp with small wheels to slide from the rack down into the water
any chance you could get some pics up? Sounds like an interesting route to consider...
 
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