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Old 08 August 2011, 12:11   #11
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i dont think they are trem. i might be wrong, but i cant see the bottom fixing on them, they look more like the cheap ebay version you can pick up for around 80.00
matt i also want to know if the bottom wheel fixing locates in the orig bombard stud
the cheapest i have seen genuine trem is 130 inc free delivery but thye were out of stock
a devon shop has them for 145.00 and r in stock
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Old 08 August 2011, 17:21   #12
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Do these use the original mounting points? Or do you need to drill the transom?
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Old 09 August 2011, 04:28   #13
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you need to drill the transform at the top 4 holes as i can remember , but i think you can use the original bottom stud or drill a new one not absolutely sure about the boittom one though as when i fitted them to a 420 i left enough room to still be able to put the original zodiac wheels on just incase i ever needed to .
they were easy enough to fit though
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Zodiac wheels are great but not infalable lost the mounting bung out of the transom a month ago then a wheel off the back while travelling up the Sound of Iona a couple of weeks ago. had to buy another pair 250....ouch!! mounting lugs were 20.
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Typical!

Decided on the Trem ones like the other Matt's. Nobody I have found on Google have them in stock. Aquafax are the distributor and get them from Trem in Italy. Aquafax don't have stock and I'm told Trem need to get some more made. Italy are all on their holidays for a month now! So expected delivery is end Sept. My local chandler is getting me some for a good price. These are the 180kg wheels. There are a few different types if you check but very similar. These ones definately attach at a stud at the bottom of the transom. Hopefully the one attached to the Bombard is the same as the one that comes in the kit with the Trem wheels.Then I can use that rather than having to change it or having 2 lots of studs on the back.

If anybody does find any or is selling their Zodiac ones let me know. End of Sept is end of season and a bit cold for me to Sib in the winter.
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Inflatable Boat Accessories these had trem in stock when i enquired earlier in the week
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I think these look brilliant, I would get a set of these for sure - pity about the price!!

Boat Wheels, Inflatable Boat, Inflatable Boat Wheels, Beach Wheels, launching Wheels, Boat Launching Wheels, Dinghy Wheels, Transom Wheels - BEACHMASTER Boat Wheels, Dinghy Wheels
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Launch Wheels and Trim Tabs

Is it possible to mount both a set of trim tabs and launch wheels on a transom?
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I think these look brilliant, I would get a set of these for sure - pity about the price!!
The Beachmaster wheels have been discussed several times, but the main sticking point apart from price is that they don't have a way to make them easily removable.
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I have found some Trem wheels in stock for up to 180kg. Best part is they are the cheapest I have seen. 109.99 Link below.

Trem Launching Wheels - From 99.99 - Gael Force Marine

Does say upto 180kg so must be the right ones. I phoned the order through as there is a choice of the smaller model too, but when you change the model the stock number didn't change on the website. Also wanted to be 100% on them having them in. Have been told they have one set left so if Dino is still after some, give them a ring. P&P reasonable at 6.99.
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