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Old 02 June 2019, 06:44   #1
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Bow clip/eye Launch trolley

Morning all, hope some are out enjoying the fine weather.

Does anyone recognise this launch trolley


I have transom wheels on my Aerotec and thinking something like this might help on concrete slips.

Any thoughts or similar products much appreciated

Thanks

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Old 02 June 2019, 07:56   #2
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Tom - your link is not working.
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Old 02 June 2019, 08:08   #3
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Tom - your link is not working.
Thanks damn tinypic it was too big for a direct upload

I’ll try another .... I can see it on my phone so must be me doing it wrong

Another attempt

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I can see it looks handy
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Old 02 June 2019, 11:26   #5
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Old 02 June 2019, 12:45   #6
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They work a treat I've got one with a tow ball on for the trailer
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They work a treat I've got one with a tow ball on for the trailer
Iíve seen those, not seen one like this bar these pictures I found.
Iím guessing maybe someone had it made up in stainless.
For me would be perfect
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Looking at the welding it's a DIY the welds haven't been polished up to any great degree the one I have the ball comes off so would be easy to make a clip to fit the hand bar on the boat
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Guess I need to find a tig welder
Cheers for the help
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Old 02 June 2019, 14:57   #10
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Guess I need to find a tig welder
Cheers for the help
You could just cut a slot into the ball handle side for the clip to fit into with a grinder with a slitting disc on then just grid smooth
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There you go £42.

Would be easy to mod. Buy the Yellow solid non puncture wheels though as the normal ones go down all the time. I have one and it is very good indeed

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Metal-Car...090a659da23e19
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There you go £42.

Would be easy to mod. Buy the Yellow solid non puncture wheels though as the normal ones go down all the time. I have one and it is very good indeed

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Metal-Car...090a659da23e19
👍🏻 Cheers looks like the ideal base
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