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Old 05-28-2014, 10:32 PM   #1
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Ok, I have looked and have had no luck. Must be missing something but need to find out the trailer weight of a 2001 Cape Horn 21' CC. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks!
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Take it to a certified truck scale and weigh it.
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Take it to a certified truck scale and weigh it.
Or to a place that buys scrap metal. Then compare this to the advertised boat/motor/trailer weights added together. If they are way off, you have a boat with soaked foam...
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Go to perdido landfill n get a weight slip.
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Any co-op or farm center have certified scales.....call em and ask if they'll charge. I had to weigh a car hauler and had it done fer free...
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Might be just the way I'm reading into it. I'm not sure he has the boat and trying to look up a weight. Don't know.
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Ok, I have looked and have had no luck. Must be missing something but need to find out the trailer weight of a 2001 Cape Horn 21' CC. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks!
Just call them and ask.
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http://www.nadaguides.com/Boats/2001...o-Marine-Group
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Thanks everyone for the great ideas. Trying to get trailering weight. Pulled it from NADA.

Scrap yards must be popular around here. lol

Anyhow - thanks. Got it figured out.
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