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Old 22 October 2004, 19:27   #11
Country: UK - England
Town: Bembridge IOW
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Length: 8m +
Engine: Merc DTronic 250hp
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I have a 3500kg trailer from Parrymore too - only had it for this season but so far so good. It does flex rather being only single decker but tows extremely well - its first journey was to Barcelona and back which went without a hitch (no pun intended!). All fittings are Bradley. Price was very competitive and the trailer was custom built for me in a fortnight, being delivered on the dot. Also very nice people to deal with.

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Old 26 October 2004, 12:47   #12
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Make: Ribcrafts
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HAve you thought of a De Graff Trailer?
They are pretty competitive and last. I`ve done thousands of miles last season with one and didn`t have a moments trouble. The axle is movable on the degraff so you wont have any nose wieght problems.

Go for bearing savers whichever trailer you pick though and get them to set it up for you!

Anybody tried the new disc brakes?


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