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Old 18 July 2018, 15:09   #11
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We are RIBNet trailer dealers,

You what?
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To answer your question . . . (even though I am not quite sure what you are asking)

As you (should?) know, we are "registered trade members" (RIBNet's term, not mine); and advertise in your section:-

"Trade announcements and special offers
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Threads: 823, Posts: 1,069";

and have one of our adverts (as the most recent thread) that says

"New Indespension Trailers -... by goearth"

We are authorised Indespension Trailer dealers (with a trade account with Indespension etc) , specialising in marine; and are members of British Marine; and I write every month for Boat Trader (as I have done for the past 12 months); and one of my articles was specifically on trailers.

We offer discounts to RIBNet members that are not generally available to the general public.

I know this is a long answer; but I wanted to answer fully.

If there are any concerns, please let me know.

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Old 18 July 2018, 16:50   #13
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Goearth - that seems a much more accurate description than Ribnet trailer dealers. Ribnet doesn’t make trailers, nor does it appoint dealers. The inference or implication from that statement is very different from being a trade member.
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In picture 4 of your first post the wheels appear to be a long way up in the mudguards which doesn't look right. Whilst the hubs and brakes etc look to have been replaced, the rubber suspension in the axles could be suspect.

You could sell the existing trailer as a launching trailer and put the funds towards a new trailer from the Ribnet trailer dealer (other trailer dealers are available).
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As much as I would like a new trailer it isn't viable as a new trailer would well exceed the value of the boat.

Yes I thought the mudguards looked very low. Have since removed it from the field and they appear to have been set up that way with the mudguards intentionally lower to get the boat lower on the trailer. Suspension seems fine.
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