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Old 14 March 2010, 11:01   #1
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Hello,where is the best place to buy a quality set of launching wheels that will work on and off of sand,I have learnt my lesson with the plastic small crap ones that i have allready wasted my money on that just dig into the sand and make you look like imbecile,Also looking for a good price on them.
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Old 14 March 2010, 11:26   #2
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Hello,where is the best place to buy a quality set of launching wheels that will work on and off of sand,I have learnt my lesson with the plastic small crap ones that i have allready wasted my money on that just dig into the sand and make you look like imbecile,Also looking for a good price on them.
Do get some on E-bay sometimes ,im gutted just seen a nice set for 65.00 at the kent Boat jumble ,would of been ideal for the 3.5 sib ive got comming
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Old 14 March 2010, 11:38   #3
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yes i seen a few on ebay for 90 mark but are they of any quality and are they any good on sand.
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yes i seen a few on ebay for 90 mark but are they of any quality and are they any good on sand.
Depending on weight of Sib,but on my 2.7 with 2 stroke 3.3 mariner ,wooden deck anti slip mat fishing gear quite heavy,my set are better then them crap plastic dolly wheels ,but for my heavy 3.5, defo gonna go more heavy duty,dont forget to sika flex the bolt holes on the transom,you may allready know that just thought i would mention that in case you don t,let us know how you get on
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