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Old 18 May 2013, 00:21   #11
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Hi there. I carry my 3.5metre honwave on a vario trailer and works perfectly. I think any thing larger and the transom would not sit on the bunks unless you put longer bunks on it. But would think it would be unbalanced.
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Old 18 May 2013, 04:04   #12
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I am looking at a 4m honwave. Wondering if it might go if I move the jockey wheel and front stop right forward....
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Old 18 May 2013, 19:09   #13
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Mine is as far forward as it can go with the 3.5. The only way you could move it further forward would be to extend the drawbar. But the width on mine is also at the limit in my opinion so if the 4m is wider that may also be an issue. I think you could make it fit but would never be ideal. Hope this helps johnny
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Old 05 June 2013, 04:18   #14
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Can anyone advise me? Is it necessary to have a trailer for a Honwave T40 or would the T35 be more suitable for transporting in my car
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Can anyone advise me? Is it necessary to have a trailer for a Honwave T40 or would the T35 be more suitable for transporting in my car
I wouldnt want to use either without a trailer, great Sibs but heavy and a pain to assemble. I know that with practice you can get it down to under 30 mins full assembly time, but you can assemble a T38 airfloor in 5 mins without practice !

I had a T40 last year, lasted 1 trip without a trailer. Using a Zodiac Futura Fastroller this year, a lot easier with no trailer.
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Tohatsu 20 or Honda 20 which is the better?
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