Eagle Boat Trailers
I just bought a Heritage trailer from Rock River Marine. Heaviest-built small trailer I've ever seen...going under my 16.5' Alumacraft. LED lights, vertical load guides, ratchet straps (integral), swing tongue, Tuff-Kote paint, aluminum mag wheels and spare, sealed vault bearings (no need for buddies)....lots of extras...cost $3150 after tax and delivery.
Fully welded, 4 bunk design (no adjustable brackets that come loose). Trailer has a ton of stuff...just a comment, nothing more...
Eagle trailers are ok except for the fabric on the bunks. Very poor. I always submerse mine completely when backing in and taking it out. The fabric on mine, 2013, is not that great, coming apart in different spots on the bunk. Called Eagle, left them a message and they never responded. Customer service is undoubtedly poor. Bunks are good for launches that have plenty of water. Rollers are much better on shallow lakes.