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Legend, ATC, or Aluma

IFlyEm

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I am looking to order a trailer and I have pretty much narrowed my search down to Legend, ATC, or Aluma.

Has anyone shopped these brands recently? I am in San Diego so it's difficult for me to see them in person. Right now I am leaning towards the ATC since the trailer is going to end up in California and there are ATC dealers for service not too far from me. But I have no issues doing a different brand if there is a discernible difference in features or quality.

Any input on the positives or negatives with the current models from these manufactures?

Thanks!

Legend



ATC



Aluma

 

05rmksteve

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A few things to look at are stud spacing 16 " on center all the way around would be great, flooring type marine grade 3/4" plywood vs the water resistant 3/4 osb, wall sheeting, flat roof vs rounded, axle weight and tire size.

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botool

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I have been very happy with the Legend myself. Have had a few of them, only got rid of one to get a longer one!
 

newmy1

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All three are great trailers. Buy the one with the dealer nearest you for any issues that come up.


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AndrettiDog

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I've had a couple Aluma trailers and they are well built. Both were open place, one drive on/off and one single tilt. One thing that pulled me to Aluma was that they had a 5 year warranty where Triton and all the others I looked at only had one year.
 

05rmksteve

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After checking out a bunch of different trailers at haydays legend or neo get my vote. I like how legend builds the complete frame then finishes them off. Neo uses a 3/4 treated true plywood floor not the water resistant osb flooring.
 

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I have a 29 foot Legend, my cousin has a Legend and a good friend of mine has an Aluma. We all have had good luck and very little for complaints.....if any??