Why do you think a j/24 trailer would need modifications? Most trailers have adjustable stands, and I would assume a j/24 trailer would be no different. Plus, if I am not mistaken, a j/24 has the same draft as a Tuna (or very close at least).
My trailer is from an Express 27. The stands were lowered, the keel guide had to be cut out because the Santana keel is fatter than the Express, but other than that it fits quite well. Again, it doesn't hurt that an Express 27 has a very similar beam to the Santana.
Anyway, I guess what I'm saying is there probably shouldn't be any need for professional mods to a properly equipped j/24 trailer. Good luck,
--- On Thu, 1/29/09, gb <santana22.com at gregbiggers.com> wrote:
> From: gb <santana22.com at gregbiggers.com>
> Subject: [Santana 22] Found a boat. Anyone know a good trailer person?
> To: tuna at myfleet.org> Date: Thursday, January 29, 2009, 9:12 PM
> Hi all,
>> My saga has ended (or more accurately, has just now
> begun?)-- I
> purchased a boat. Hull #491, currently berthed at Coyote
> Point. Good
> condition, race rigged, nice glassed-over hull-deck joint.
> Now I am
> making sense of my sail inventory (not the freshest canvas
> on the bay!)
> and generally getting oriented. Oh, and cooking up the all
> name. Have been out 6 or 7 times so far in the whispers of
> breeze and love the boat.
>> Next I am seeking a trailer. Found a good J/24 trailer I
> might buy and
> am looking for a good trailer customization/repair kind of
> person to mod
> it down to Tuna-size.
>> Any recommendations or ideas?
>> Thanks for all the advice and ideas offered during my boat
> search. Hope
> to see you all on the water eventually.
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