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tyler97217 06-30-2010 8:30 AM

Keep your eye out for an extreme trailer with 20" black wheels on it - Stolen
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Saw this on our local forum in Portland, Or that someone's trailer was stolen. I am sure they will take it out of state or might remove the wheels and part them out.
Keep an eye out for it. I believe it is an 09' Extreme from the look of the boat. It has 20" wheels on it.
Here is a pic and a link to the thread if you have any info......


AndersonMC 06-30-2010 11:21 AM

Sorry to hear that man, I had my Mastercraft trailer stolen from Sauvies Island last year so I feel your pain. Did you have insurance coverage on it?

tyler97217 06-30-2010 12:36 PM

It is not mine. Just a guy that posts on pdxWAKE. Not sure if he had coverage or what. I assume he did. Would be a lot of fun to use a good resource like Wakeworld to track the punks down.

NuBu 06-30-2010 1:59 PM

Ok, this has me nervous. I have an Extreme trailer (mine's blue lol) and I never lock it up at the ramp! Should I start putting a hitchlock on it? If so, is there one you guys would recommend?

mattgettel 06-30-2010 2:02 PM

A good hitch lock costs about 30 bucks. I am not one to worry about things like this usually but I figure that if i came back once i would be at least 30 bucks worth of pissed off.

tyler97217 06-30-2010 2:47 PM

He had it locked with a hitch lock.

06-30-2010 2:47 PM

Atleast the boat wasnt with it cause that would have blown ass

razzman 06-30-2010 3:24 PM

Yeah you should be nervous! I lock everything in sight, even remove the guide pole covers 'cause the suckers steal those too!

06-30-2010 3:42 PM

What a sick boat! Is that a VLX or VTX? We have a VLX, but mine is straight white on white

mdaijogo 06-30-2010 4:31 PM

What kind of lock do can you use to keep the trailer on the vehicle while out on the water?



newmy79 06-30-2010 6:53 PM


Originally Posted by mdaijogo (Post 1603520)
What kind of lock do can you use to keep the trailer on the vehicle while out on the water?



This is what I use for the hitch, and then I also lock the trailer with a combo lock.


tyler97217 07-01-2010 7:10 AM

Depends on your trailer. I have one like Justin posted, but it is longer and skinnier so it will fit in a boatmate tongue. I would call your trailer manufacturer and see what they recommend or if they sell them.

h20king 07-02-2010 12:56 PM

That sucks I had my truck broke into last weekend at Chinook landing they did $1600 worth of damage getting in and all they got was a pair of arnette sunglasses out of the console.If trailers are disappearing now I better get a tongue lock and a hitch lock

hyperlite 07-02-2010 1:05 PM

that sucks...nice setup

camassanger 07-02-2010 4:19 PM

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This is the one I use on the coupler


joe_crawley 07-05-2010 7:58 AM

All you would need to steal that trailer is the right set of wrenches and you could take the ball off in 20 seconds.

99_slaunch 07-05-2010 9:53 AM

If they want it they will get it. Thats why I have insurance. Locks are to keep honest people honest. I bet they will junk the trailer and sell or keep the wheels.
"Look at the mutha F*^k'n wheels" is what they said as they rolled down the ramp area. I will stick with my black ranger wheels. They 14's but I keep'em clean.

camassanger 07-05-2010 9:55 AM

No way. Have you ever tried to remove a ball that had a lock washer? I have, I wound up cutting it off with an abrasive chop saw. Impact wrench wouldn't do it either. It would be easiest and quickest to use a cutting torch.

99_slaunch 07-05-2010 11:10 AM

^^Mine has a lock washer and I can get it off in about 3 minutes. I have one off those wrenches they sell at Northern Tool/Wal-Mart for the ball. It's about two foot long.

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