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Old 15 February 2019, 07:20   #31
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Forgot this one showing the slots in the lighting board that slide over the brackets.
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Old 15 February 2019, 15:24   #32
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If my spinal surgery this year goes pear shaped you can have this one, just looked at your Oban trip looks like you had a fantastic time, I see you transport with the engine mounted, I did consider doing this, what ground clearance do you have between the skeg and the road, are there any draw backs.


Thanks. We had a great time. Hoping for more adventures this year too. From memory there is about 8 inches clearance under the skeg. Never hit anything so seems ok. I have the bunks lifted up to achieve this. There is endless discussions about engine up vs down to trailer it. I prefer down if possible.

You’ve really put some thought and quality engineering into your trailer. I like it.
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