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XtraLight™ Base Trailer

  • $ 1,099 MSRP

XtraLight™ Base Trailer Description

Slightly downsized and loaded with features is the best way to describe the XtraLight™ Kayak Trailer. Designed specifically for the recreational and kayak fishing markets, this trailer scores a bulls eye for budget minded customers who want rock solid USA construction. 

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XtraLight™ Base Trailer Specifications

  • Material Description:

    Marine grade galvanized frame 

Additional Attributes

  • Marine grade galvanized frame
  • DOT approved LED lighting
  • 8" - five lug high speed wheels
  • Injection molded fenders
  • 58" coated steel load bars with D-ring tie downs
  • 2pc extended tongue
  • Flat four wire harness
  • Tongue skid plate
  • Leaf spring suspension
  • Galvanized heavy duty axle
  • Five Year Limited Warranty
  • Made in the USA

Recommended Usage

  • Sport/Activity: Kayaking, Canoeing, Stand Up Paddling, Kayak Fishing

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Malone Auto Racks
XtraLight™ Base Trailer Reviews

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This is a small, simple...

This is a small, simple trailer, nothing fancy, nothing sexy. Basically, it's like towing a roof rack. No bells. No whistles. It just does the job and the price is reasonable. It follows the van nicely and has a decent suspension. Spare tire is reasonable and changing the tire is simple. No hassle like the Yakima. Husband and I aren't the youngest/sportiest folks out there so we're not too interested in rooftopping his 85-pound Outback and I'm too short to comfortably hoist my Loon up and over the roof of our van. We (and by "we" I mean "he") rigged the trailer with a J-cradle for my boat and rack pads for his boat and we just leave them on the trailer all summer so they're ready to go whenever the whim takes us.