Originally Posted by Revenger715
Thanks Chris - that SBS IS my trailer..! Or at least it is identical (bar the rusty bits on mine...!) Pretty sure it's not called that though - were they called something else previously?
My front support has been modified with some form of wooden block spacer to lift it higher and also the swing rollers. Doesn't look very pretty, but fits the boat like a glove.
Have no idea on the used value of mine - £500?
With vat the new SBS one ends up at around the Brenderup price. I have to say the swing roller design looks better to work with than the keel roller system on the Brenderup.
My front support has been modified with some form of wooden block spacer and also the swing rollers. Doesn't look very pretty, but fits the boat like a glove.
What are you using for yours - assume that is a 715 in your profile?
Hi, as far as I'm aware SBS have been SBS for some time, at least 7 years to my knowledge. Yes, our Revenger is also a 715, nice rib too
our 715 is currently sat on a SBS R2/1800EL, been a very good trailer so far and tows the rib well, but could do with a bit of TLC now, still debating which way to go with it. Each swing beam can be adjusted individually to suit the hull, and you can spec and additions you want prior to build to avoid the wooden block situation
I'll have a look for some pics of the rib on the trailer