Looking for Floe snowmobile trailer parts

  • Profile photo of Loeschmohookem_9
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    Hastings, MN
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    #1278859

    I damage the tongue on my 3 place trailer. Looking for a replacement. Anyone have a contact at a good Floe dealer, or replacement option? Thanks.

    Profile photo of sgt._rocksgt._rock
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    Rochester, MN
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    #1098665

    What kinda damage. Maybe a simple fix.

    Profile photo of dbrightdbright
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    Coon Rapids
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    #1098712

    If you get a hold of one of the floe dealers they can get you the parts. Your best bet might be trying Willies marine since they are less then 2 miles from Floe.

    Profile photo of huskerduhuskerdu
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    #1098714

    Flow will not sell direct, I use Forest Lake Motor Sports

    Profile photo of Brian HoffiesBrian Hoffies
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    Land of 10,000 taxes, potholes & the politically correct.
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    #1098730

    I would still contact Floe directly. They may have some options (seconds) or know of a certain dealer who has just what you are looking for. I have always found talking to the front of the horse much easier and often getting better results. Hey, worst case senerio they give you a dealers phone number.

    Profile photo of Loeschmohookem_9
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    Hastings, MN
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    #1098750

    Thanks for the replies. I tried to bend it back and went a little too far and the tongue is broke. I have contacted a Floe dealer, and they can get a new tongue from FLoe for $300. Thats a lot of crankbaits! so I wanted to see if there was cheaper option. I’ll try the headquarters.

    Profile photo of rgoi812rgoi812
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    Good hour from whitewater
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    #1098755

    I would check with a metal fab shop for that kind of money,they tend to build stuff from scratch and take pride in over doing it and probably for less $$$.

    Profile photo of sgt._rocksgt._rock
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    Rochester, MN
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    #1098820

    I agree. A good metal shop should be able to fab up that tongue easy. I mean it is just a piece of tube.

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