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Ft Pierce Trailer Storage

Will be moving over to Ft Pierce in a couple weeks. Will have a lift for the boat, but will need someplace to store my trailer. Any recos?  

Don’t need anything nice any doesn’t need to be real close as I’d imagine only needing to pull it out a handful of times a year for service or a trip down to the Keys. 


  • GarysmoGarysmo Posts: 1,607 Captain
    My brother use to keep his trailer at a place near Safe Harbor marina.  Knowing my brother my sure it was a good price.  I don't know the name but it's on Old Dixie Highway
  • Osprey45Osprey45 Posts: 1,000 Officer
    Blue water storage, Fenced in outdoor lot on US1 northbound just north of St lucie Blvd
  • Aquaholic IVAquaholic IV Posts: 1,076 Officer
    Just a tip, if it is a sand or gravel lot, you might consider buying plastic or rubber auto repair ramps to keep the tires out of the sand or gravel which causes the tires to dry rot.  I bought mine for $39.00 at Harbor Freight and it is a tandem trailer and the back wheels are on the ramp and the front set is in the air.  I also bought tire covers at Harbor Freight to keep the sun off the tires.  It makes them last longer.  
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