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Old 03 December 2017, 18:12   #1
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Beach Master launch wheels

I want to buy a set of these launch wheels for my SIB.
Is there a UK supplier?
Or do l have to pay 60 Euros carriage.

I need the more expensive removable set (as ld never be able to roll up my SIB with the fixed set)
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As far as I know they still only sell direct so you'll have to pay the shipping. You're also likely to get a bill for VAT (20%) and handling (8-12).

They're great wheels though, very well made and easy to use.
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Anglesey Marine have them for 150
http://www.angleseymarinesupplies.co...g-trolleys.php
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Thanks that is the fixed set, l’ll call them and see if they can supply the removable set.
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I had the fixed type but had some threaded inserts fitted to the transom which made it a 2 minute job to put them on or take them off. Might be worth a thought?
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I called Anglesey Marine this morning and encountered a voicemail, left a message but as of this evening no reply.
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I called Anglesey Marine this morning and encountered a voicemail, left a message but as of this evening no reply.
i had the same problem when i ordered a fuel tank waited weeks got my money back in the end but no contact by phone at all
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Well l guess it’s order direct then.....but over 300 (or 200 for the cheaper set if l modify them as suggested above)
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The best launching wheels for SIBs in my opinion are the Solutions Sellers wheels.

They fold up flat against the transom so no need to remove them to roll it up.

Launching wheels for inflatable boats

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They do look pretty handy. Have you got first hand experience of them?
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