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Old 12 October 2015, 09:56   #1
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Trailer parts needed

Anyone know where I can get one of these?

Itís the cross member that the stub axels mount to. Itís not the best picture but it looks like a standard sub assembly to me. There is a piece of box section welded to it at each end which is then "U" bolted to the longitudinal trailer sides.

No markings on the trailer to suggest a manufacturer and as itís only a yard trailer don't want to spend a fortune.

Any ideas?

Andy
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Old 13 October 2015, 18:45   #2
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That's an original Indespension roller coaster, from what I can see. They used to make them like that about 20yrs ago - independent suspension units, mounted to a v cross member. This was prior to them fitting the full beam torsion axles.

To be honest, you'd likely be fine just using a bit of square box, as the hull would likely clear the cross member, due to the swing cradle rollers. If its a bit close, just raise the rollers.
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That's an original Indespension roller coaster, from what I can see. They used to make them like that about 20yrs ago - independent suspension units, mounted to a v cross member. This was prior to them fitting the full beam torsion axles.

To be honest, you'd likely be fine just using a bit of square box, as the hull would likely clear the cross member, due to the swing cradle rollers. If its a bit close, just raise the rollers.
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Do you do mobile welding?
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Yes, indeedy, sir.
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Yes, indeedy, sir.
Thanks, I will get back to you when I am ready.

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No probs Andy. All the best.
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