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Old 23 March 2013, 06:58   #1
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4 x Indespension 'Dumbbell' Trailer Roller Assemblies

Boat Trailer Rollers.

Removed from a indespension trailer (as pictured) which I've fitted with bunks.

Hardly used, never been dunked. The footprint is roughly 12" x 14".

The ribbed rollers are 20 each alone (excluding the galvanized frames) and there are 8 of them.

120 the lot? or offers.
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samt - if you've not already accepted B&O's offer, then I have a notion to convert my bunk to a roller! having never owned rollers I'm not sure exactly how those mount on the trailer. Can you give me an idea of weight as i'd obviously need them shipping to an EH49 postcode.
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Not sure if these help explain the current config on my trailer:


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Interested in why you're converting rollers to bunks? I've just done the opposite. Mine doesn't live on the water so its launch and recovery every time so thought rollers would help? Sorry, not an offer to buy, just intrigued!
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because he has a y class inflatable and not a rib maybe?
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because he has a y class inflatable and not a rib maybe?
Yep, what he said. As it doesn't have a rigid hull it needs the extra support from the bunks. It does make getting it on and off the trailer slighty harder, but its only a small boat.
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Phew. Thought maybe I had picked the wrong option but I found recovering a 5mtr Humber onto bunks a nightmare in any sort of swell. Hoping the rollers help it centre.
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