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Old 02 January 2006, 10:09   #1
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Hi all

Hope you all had a great time over the xmas period.

I have one last job to do on the trailer now the axles have been fitted and the brakes removed (dont worry only use in the marina at present), it is

I want to replace some of the washers that hold the rubber rollers in place, they are 44mm with a hole of 22mm and thickness of 3mm. I have tried the local trailer places. If not i will have to go back to RM trailers, i am sure? these must be standard sizes
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Old 02 January 2006, 10:29   #2
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You could try callin Arther @ De Graffe Trailers in Chobham. Not too far away for you.

http://www.degraafftrailers.co.uk/index.htm

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I think the washers are all fairly standard size and they will charge you pence for each washer.

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TYPE IN PENNY WASHERS AT THE SEARCH AND TAKE YOUR PICK ARE YOU REPLACING THE SPLIT PINS AS WELL?

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Thanks for that, i will give it a go. The split pins are ok, they were not very bent over if you know what i mean and are not ready to snap.... you have got me thinking now
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