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Old 09 July 2015, 08:24   #31
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or even put up another railing on the other side and slide the boat down those?

just a thought.
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how about 2 of these in line (fixed together) with 3 trailer rollers bolted on each ramp, one person either side to guide and one to let out a painter at the top to control the speed?

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The idea is good, the ramps are just much too short. The ramps I have found in the right length (approx 6 meters are very heavy)
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The idea is good, the ramps are just much too short. The ramps I have found in the right length (approx 6 meters are very heavy)
however, to pin three of them with domed bolts and wing nuts so east to dismantle could be done.

or just take the engine and deflated boat on to the sand one by one and inflate there. only takes 20 mins to put together. far easier to handle deflated.
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considering the distance that what id do.
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considering the distance that what id do.
It just takes out the spontaneity if i have to inflate the boat each time, compared to having it semi ready for take off.
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considering the distance that what id do.
maybe something like two of these?
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It just takes out the spontaneity if i have to inflate the boat each time, compared to having it semi ready for take off.

i get that and it's a shame you cant re shuffle the boulders a bit but i recon though once you've sorted ramps, manual labour so on it may be just as quick to inflate on the sand.

either way, what a cracking location.
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that would work with transom wheels.
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not cheap though are they, damn!!
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no very expensive! - Also I have looked at transom wheels like beachmaster and they seems to be rated for something very light weight. Moving the boat around in the sand will put quite some stress to the wheels. Do you know which transom wheels that can handle most force?
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