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Old 16 May 2004, 09:26   #1
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Trailer to take 30' Rib

Looking for a twin/triaxle trailer to take a 30' Rib. Would need to be rated to 3500kg or alternativly a set of indespension 3500kg axles to build my own.
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Old 16 May 2004, 16:48   #2
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Look under other vehicles /parts and accesories/trailers on e bay. there are quite a few reasonable suppliers of trailer parts
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Don't make the mistake I nearly did and buy one of the many Bayliner trailers that are about cheap. Most still have an American size hitch on them which will fit loosly over your UK ball and is quite likely to 'pop off' on the road. They are not easy to convert either.

Some owners don't even know the hitch is the wrong size as the bayliner was delivered with a trailer that they've never used.

Great for launching trollies if you are not going on the road though, as they are made strong to carry the weight of the Lardy Yank boats.

Rogue, Did you ever buy the trailer offered with my Ocean 6.25 for a launching trolley?

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Old 17 May 2004, 05:24   #4
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I'll have a look on ebay. I really only need it to pull her out for oil changes etc so anything thats big enough would do.
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Old 29 June 2004, 04:39   #5
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Rogue, Did you ever buy the trailer offered with my Ocean 6.25 for a launching trolley?

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No I didn't but he sold us a large SBS trailer instead. It wasn't a bargain at 1500 but it certainly suited our requirements as it will take Billy (just)
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Old 29 June 2004, 09:11   #6
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Still Looking

Missed a few, some nearly the price of a new one so still looking.
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i have a nearly new admiral that was built for my 9m pro sport which didn't arrive.

wheels have not been in the water.

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i have a nearly new admiral that was built for my 9m pro sport which didn't arrive.

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