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Old 23 August 2015, 10:19   #11
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If it helps I've go two almost new sr4 trailers, think they are extreme.
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Old 23 August 2015, 10:28   #12
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jet ski indespension one searider mentioned then I saw this available with rollers at the same price it looks strong and im a bit paranoid after the snipe snapping any thoughts ebay no 171876389901
Rollers are really easy to recover with even if you accidently forgot the tide was going out and the boat ended up on the sand 30' from the water.....

I think this is the same advertiser https://www.gumtree.com/p/boats-kaya...ved/1130146800
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The SBS 750 is a superb trailer for a sr4.
Speak to Gliddons marine. Pm me for a price to ask for. It handles superbly on the road and is way superior than the snipe which i normally discard straight away.
Make sure you ask for the 500x10 wheels NOT the wideboy wheels.
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Matt surly knows his Sr4's!!!....and thier Power/ trailering needs inside out...he's had more than most Main Dealers!
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Ha ha . Only had 2 in 15 years! Have a look at whispers trailers as they are good trailers and well built!
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Old 23 August 2015, 14:42   #15
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If it helps I've go two almost new sr4 trailers, think they are extreme.
im all ears whisper give me details pm or here anything that will give me what I need at a good price
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Old 23 August 2015, 15:47   #16
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Another vote for Nicholson Trailers here. Just picked up a new 2600kg one for our Scorpion & they were the cheapest by far, they use Indespension Axles and hitches & it seems just as good or better than my old SBS. Really helpfull guys
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Old 23 August 2015, 15:54   #17
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thanks but the Nicholson are quite a bit more expensive than indespension
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Really? That's strange. In the 2600kg size they were nearly half the price of a Genuine Hallmark Indespension trailer and 1000 cheaper than sbs. Perhaps they arent so competitive in the smaller trailers. Sorry to have wasted your time.
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Old 24 August 2015, 05:51   #19
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Also look at the Indespension JS05 trailer - either bunked or with rollers.
I have my SR4m on the roller version of this and it is so easy to launch and recover.
It is marketed as a Jetski trailer primarily - hence the JS.
+1 for the JS05 got one for my Sr4 and it works a treat, looks just the same as the SBS One
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Really? That's strange. In the 2600kg size they were nearly half the price of a Genuine Hallmark Indespension trailer and 1000 cheaper than sbs. Perhaps they arent so competitive in the smaller trailers. Sorry to have wasted your time.

You haven't wasted my time at all I really apreciate everyone's input including yours I am a novice re matching a rib with a suitable trailer and need all the advice I can get .I did look at Nicholson and the sub 700kg one was over a thousand pounds putting it 3 hundred ish above the others
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