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Old 08 January 2004, 08:09   #1
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Hi folks

Looking at getting a triler for my RIB.

Have been looking at Parrymore Trailers.

They are nice and cheap, look OK but only see them on their web site, but I dont know anyone who has one and hence what they are like to use/last like.

Does anyone know anything about them good or bad.
Or is their other manufactures cheaper/better for the money.


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Old 08 January 2004, 08:13   #2
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PM Jono Garton - he might be able to offer you a trailer.
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Old 08 January 2004, 08:40   #3
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Gary,

I don't know about there trailers, but they have helped me out with parts and ALOT of advice about mine.

They are always very helpful, they even stayed open late for me when I broke my wheel lock so that I could secure it that night.

I would recommend them, but as say, I don't have one of there own trailers.

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Old 08 January 2004, 08:56   #4
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Datchet water Sailing club use Parrymore alot for parts and I think a couple of their trailers came from them.
I think its www.dwsc.co.uk
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Old 08 January 2004, 10:05   #5
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Great people very helpful if you can pay them a visit and see how they do it.
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Old 08 January 2004, 10:20   #6
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I think Mike C is probably your man for info on Parrymore Trailers.
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Old 08 January 2004, 15:42   #7
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Had no experience with Parrymore trailers over the years, had mainly Snipe but last year had a Bramber twin wheel to carry 2.5 tonne SeaRay and it towed a dream, boat was parked in park & ride and only put in the water with tractor, had no road work to do, the brakes never once locked on and at end of last season towed it to dealer for winterisation, it was the same as it was when i bought it. Ordered a Bramber for new rib and it tows as good as last one. What i have found out to my own cost is to not buy a trailer from a boat dealer, they put at least 20% on top of trailer manufacturer.





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Old 08 January 2004, 15:57   #8
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Parrymores are good trailers They have been at it for a good while , also respect for Bramber
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Old 09 January 2004, 07:13   #9
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Thanks Everyone

Think I will go with Parrymore then, sound good value for the money with no negative feedback received..

Just waiting for my worls to confirm I can keep it their when not in use and then I will order.

Thanks for the feedback.

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Good Solid Trailer, very friendly, helpful and knowledgable. Have used one commercially for well over a year. No problems at all try here:
http://www.parrymoretrailers.co.uk/


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