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Old 10-06-2010, 06:19 AM   #1
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Has anyone found a place we can get pricing & order parts for Triton Trailers? I am trying to find a replacement gas spring (shock) for the 4X4 2 place coverall & also want to get pricing on the rock gaurd diamond plate in the front. I contacted a local dealer & they never got back to me. I can order the suspa shock on Suspa's website for about $100.00

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Not 100% sure, but I found a dealer at the local grass drags, probably best bet is the snowmobile shows around. I got a ski tie down for like 10 bucks, yeah, coulda saved a few bucks if I got it online somewhere, but I was there, and needed it, so I got it. Got a replacement tail light from them too last year....
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Here is a picture of the same setup that I have. Only mine is about 5 years old.

I believe its a 2KF4X4 Coverall
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Try this place, been good to me.
They are in Wisconsin. Triton distributor.


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Old 10-07-2010, 06:37 AM   #5
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I don't know where you are in Wisconsin, but King Company in Wausau has always been good for trailer parts. I think they are a triton dealer. Their website is www.thekingcompany.com.

Otherwise Triton trailers are made in Hartford, Wisconsin. Their website is tritontrailer.com. There is a tab for dealer locator on the top of the page.
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My procedure in that case would be to call triton directly and request the manager in charge of your dealer. I would then proceed to tell them about the dissatisfaction concerning the dealer. The dealer will most likely be calling you after that.
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Try these guys for the replacement gas shocks for your Triton Coverall. The have lots of Triton parts in stock and offer free shipping.
Triton Trailer Parts | Triton Trailer Tires | Triton Trailer Lights | Shop Trailer Parts and Accessories | Hanna Trailer Supply Oak Creek Wisconsin
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Has anyone found a place we can get pricing & order parts for Triton Trailers? I am trying to find a replacement gas spring (shock) for the 4X4 2 place coverall & also want to get pricing on the rock gaurd diamond plate in the front. I contacted a local dealer & they never got back to me. I can order the suspa shock on Suspa's website for about $100.00

Any thoughts?

I got mine on eBay.. Less than 80 shipped

Rock guard I would see your local aluminum shop.. Probably less than triton.
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