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  • Coloradog23
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    Hey Jeff, super cool boat. I want to use the snow camo from sea deck, but they won’t install it at the factory. Do you put your own in? Do you order it without any? How crazy hard is it to install properly. Thank you


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  • nyryan2001
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    Love the idea of electric brakes

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  • rlwagens
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    Wow. I've never been a huge fan of green but those LED preview shots look awesome.

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  • GMLIII
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    Nice Jeff

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  • NautiqueJeff
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    Here are a couple more preview shots from Roswell. I'm heading down to pick it up on February 7. Can't wait!

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  • BigEasy
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    Looks good Sir

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  • NautiqueJeff
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    I am looking into that right now.

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  • Storm34
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    Originally posted by NautiqueJeff View Post
    YI have never really considered the triple axle, but some discussion here over the last few months has made me consider one for 2019.
    Jeff - did they mention anything to you about getting out of the trailer business? A few members over on CCF are reporting that Ramlin will no longer make trailers.

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  • NautiqueJeff
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    Originally posted by Guntersville230 View Post
    Is the 3 layers instead of 2 layers much thicker? Est. mm measurement?
    This one is 9mm total. Normal two-color SeaDek is 6mm. I will let you know if the difference is noticable once I have the boat.

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  • ScooterMcgavin
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    Looks very cool... And hot! At the same time. Is that possible? Sweet ride

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  • Guntersville230
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    Is the 3 layers instead of 2 layers much thicker? Est. mm measurement?


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  • NautiqueJeff
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    Just a little sample of the triple-color SeaDek with laser engraving that will be on this boat. Can't wait to get it from Roswell in a week or so!

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  • Kenv
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    Boat looks awesome! Pretty crazy stripper pole and stairs on the Ramlin. Looks like the entrance to the VIP lounge......lol

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  • sixcampbells
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    Thanks for the reply Jeff. Makes sense. I sure like the the electric brakes option. I need to look at that next time.


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  • NautiqueJeff
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    Yes, this is a Ram-Lin. The overall design of their G23 trailer hasn't changed at all since they started building them in 2012. The tongue has always been like that. It is more visible on my trailers though since I don't have a surge brake system on mine. I always get electric brakes on mine.

    I have owned six Ram-Lin dual-axle G23 trailers, starting in 2012. I have never really considered the triple axle, but some discussion here over the last few months has made me consider one for 2019. The trailer doesn't need the additional capacity, but I do like the significantly lower tongue weight of the triple.

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