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Old 22 November 2014, 07:02   #21
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I did contemplate a launch trolley for mines when taking it away with my caravan.
If I'm a good boy Santa might bring me a 3m air deck as a secondary Sib.
I'll keep it for taking away in my caravan as I already have a bravo 12 v pump and a spare set of launch wheels.

One of the best mods I made to my honwave was the addition of a galvanised lifting bar which is attached to the bow rings with a rope - makes lifting the bow and pushing it along on the transom wheels a doddle.

I stand on the flat bed of the trailer and use the bar to lift and pull bow onto the carpeted bunks.
One its on I use the winch to pull the Sib onto the trailer.
Works for me.
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Old 22 November 2014, 07:02   #22
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I did contemplate a launch trolley for mines when taking it away with my caravan.
If I'm a good boy Santa might bring me a 3m air deck as a secondary Sib.
I'll keep it for taking away in my caravan as I already have a bravo 12 v pump and a spare set of launch wheels.

One of the best mods I made to my honwave was the addition of a galvanised lifting bar which is attached to the bow rings with a rope - makes lifting the bow and pushing it along on the transom wheels a doddle.

I stand on the flat bed of the trailer and use the bar to lift and pull bow onto the carpeted bunks.
One its on I use the winch to pull the Sib onto the trailer.
Works for me.
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Old 22 November 2014, 07:06   #23
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I did contemplate a launch trolley for mines when taking it away with my caravan.
If I'm a good boy Santa might bring me a 3m air deck as a secondary Sib.
I'll keep it for taking away in my caravan as I already have a bravo 12 v pump and a spare set of launch wheels.

One of the best mods I made to my honwave was the addition of a galvanised lifting bar which is attached to the bow rings with a rope - makes lifting the bow and pushing it along on the transom wheels a doddle.

I stand on the flat bed of the trailer and use the bar to lift and pull bow onto the carpeted bunks.
One its on I use the winch to pull the Sib onto the trailer.
Works for me.
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Old 22 November 2014, 12:37   #25
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I personally have a suzumar 360DS 3,6m) even with the engine (Suzuki 15hp 4stroke) mounted easy to handle on my own.
I bought a sort of beach trailer i can completely disassemble and put in the back of my Peugeot 5008 (same type of car) no problem.

Here's the post i made on the trailer.

RIBnet Forums - View Single Post - cheap beach trailer
I have this beach trailer to got it in Germany they are a good little trailer and fits nice in the car.
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