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Triton vs. SnoPro

Wondering if someone could give some objective comparative information on a Triton Elite versus Triton XR versus SnoPro clamshell trailers.

I can get what I believe is a very respectable price on a Triton XR 11' leftover. For about $350 more, I can get the Triton Elite (but I am not sure if it is this model year or leftover).

I am also considering a used SnoPro that I believe is a 10'. It's about eight years old and is listed for about $1400 less than the Triton Elite that's new.

Equipment common to all: track mats and ski guides. Unique to the SnoPro: tongue jack, rear door.

All have the newer style of cap to them which makes them able to fit the newer style sleds (rider forward design) more easily. I've heard sub-par comments regarding SnoPro's support, and I know first-hand that finding parts like lift supports is much more difficult than it should be.

"My" trailer dealer has dropped SnoPro and sells Triton almost exclusively for snow trailers now based on the support HE gets for himself and customers from the manufacturers. Any input that anyone has into what makes one brand good or bad in its own right would be helpful.

Thanks in advance.

NOTE: I'm interested in objective information here... If you have had both and can compare, awesome. If you own one and have had issues, I would be interested in knowing that.

As an additional point of interest, if anyone can chime on regarding Yacht Club trailers, that would be useful too.

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