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Old 22 August 2014, 13:14   #1
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im looking for a big trailer 4 or 6 wheel.it doesn't have to be 100% road legal but will need to do a small jouney. if any one has anythink please let me know.im based near southampton
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Old 23 August 2014, 03:43   #2
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We have a 25ft braked trailer. Twin axle. Rated to around 2.5t. Brakes and new axles were fitted around 2 years ago and its not been in the water since (boat dry stacked).

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Old 23 August 2014, 15:16   #3
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thanks for reply,sorry should of said boat is 34ft
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Old 24 August 2014, 05:02   #4
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Doesn't matter if the trailer is legal or not as the load won't beClick image for larger version

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Doesn't matter if the trailer is legal or not as the load won't beAttachment 98219, I'm guessing you have the same problem I had, I altered a 5 ton farm trailer to get mine home
yeah looking at all options,or a cheap flat bed lorry,depends how much overhang I could get away with
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Trouble is with a lorry is you have to tax and insure it, park up a trailer and it doesn't cost you a penny, I got a launching trolley that was plated to 5 ton and altered the a frame, worked really well and a bonus is I can launch and recover it easy
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