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Old 02 February 2011, 14:59   #11
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Seriously though it means "pain in the ass".

Iíve got an Indespension roller jetski trailer (think it's a JSO5) under my SR4 easy to launch and fits in my single garage too.

There is a place on ebay selling them cheap:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=p5197.c0.m619

Hope that helps
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Old 03 February 2011, 04:49   #12
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Yep!

For what it's worth, had I not sold the SR, I was planning on moving the bunks forward & adding a swing roller assy to the back.

Other good thing about those trailers is that the "spoked" wheels are perfect to put a motorbike lock through, thus making it twice as much of a pain to steal if combined with a hitch lock.
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Old 03 February 2011, 06:41   #13
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Seriously though it means "pain in the ass".

Iíve got an Indespension roller jetski trailer (think it's a JSO5) under my SR4 easy to launch and fits in my single garage too.

There is a place on ebay selling them cheap:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=p5197.c0.m619

Hope that helps
Thanks for that I can get one for £500 from www.tamartrailercentre.co.uk which is handy as the boat is down in Salcombe & north Whales is a long way from me!
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Old 16 May 2011, 22:47   #14
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extreme

Nick,

My litle lad Jasper bought an extreme 750 trailer this week and I have to say I was impressed by it. It's as well built as the Indispensions with a much better Rollercarrier bracket.

we both still like the Gullwings but the Extreme was 60% cheaper
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Old 17 May 2011, 07:41   #15
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Thanks for the update may be of use to someone looking for a new trailer.

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Old 17 May 2011, 08:28   #16
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I bought one of the Gullwing trailers, fantastic bit of kit.

I have found recovering the Rib is made easier with the arms centering the boat.

Also as it is made of ali its lighter and wont rust, also have had no trouble with the brakes - they have a flush kit fitted as standard - just connect the hose, you can see the crap coming out of the hubs and when it runs clear they are done!

Only downside was talking to Bob from gullwing - lovely fellow but would win the Olympics for talking!!

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Old 17 May 2011, 10:29   #17
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I bought one of the Gullwing trailers, fantastic bit of kit.

I have found recovering the Rib is made easier with the arms centering the boat.

Also as it is made of ali its lighter and wont rust, also have had no trouble with the brakes - they have a flush kit fitted as standard - just connect the hose, you can see the crap coming out of the hubs and when it runs clear they are done!

Only downside was talking to Bob from gullwing - lovely fellow but would win the Olympics for talking!!

Mike
Yes looked in to them but at twice the price of the Indy I bought!
I soon went cold on the idea!
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Old 17 May 2011, 14:00   #18
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You should have asked for Ribnet discount! Mine cost almost the same as other quotes. Been great so far. Mike

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Old 17 May 2011, 17:46   #19
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lets Quantify this

Go on then, Tell us how much it was?
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Go on then, Tell us how much it was?
Hmm... couple of comments here lead me to believe they are now expensive, I was told prices were about to take a hike but thought it might be a bit of sales talk, however, paid £1600 for a braked roller ramp with hub flush kit & spare wheel, that was in December 09 with delivery February 2010.
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