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I am in the market for a new 3 place trailer and have been considering the Aluma and Triton models. Just wondering if anyone has a preference of one over another and if so why?

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The only thing I would look at is to get aluminum.
Just because of weight and it won't rust.
In colorado they don't salt the roads so it's not that big of deal for rust.
I would also look and getting an upgraded wheel package if the dealer offers it.
Bigger wheel less rotation a little easier on the wheel bearings.
I have a 2 place V-nose sled bed with the upgrades (Big wheels,salt sheild)I can get 3 sleds on it if I wanted too.
Hope this helps ya a little.
 

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The only thing I would look at is to get aluminum.
Just because of weight and it won't rust.
In colorado they don't salt the roads so it's not that big of deal for rust.
I would also look and getting an upgraded wheel package if the dealer offers it.
Bigger wheel less rotation a little easier on the wheel bearings.
I have a 2 place V-nose sled bed with the upgrades (Big wheels,salt sheild)I can get 3 sleds on it if I wanted too.
Hope this helps ya a little.
 

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I would get a floe if i were buying a trailer. I have also heard good things about the Tritons but they say the floe is a bit better.
 

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I have a 2 place Floe now and looked at buying another but after you add the salt shield/ramps and some other accessories the price for the Floe is more than $1,000 over the Aluma brand.

I'm curious if anyone has a negative or positive things to say about the Aluma?

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