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Old 17 April 2019, 14:03   #1
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New Attachment for the Sib

In order to make things a little easier for the local use of my Honwave T38IE. I travelled the 8 hour round trip to Southampton and collected this little extra.

If anyone is thinking on similar lines I can say that Extreme Trailers are a Joy to deal with and at £779 including VAT, jockey wheel, winch and Light board, sealed for life bearings. I don't think you can go wrong.

For those that are interested it is the EXT350 Inflatable trailer in their range

Very pleased so far and will put it to the test tomorrow
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Old 17 April 2019, 15:52   #2
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Sealed for life bearings are they on 1 inch axels
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Old 18 April 2019, 02:35   #3
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To fit the Honwave T38IE on the trailer you need to move the winch post up towards the front a little 6 inches in my case, Move the side bunks in a little so they rest on the centre of the tubes, and then adjust the height of the keel pads so that it drops down on the bunks. You can also adjust the side bunks up a little. Keep and eye on the front where the keel curves up as there is bare metal at that point. No issue but just beware as you are adjusting. All you need is a 17 mm ring spanner and a hammer.

Lovely adjusting things on a new trailer
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Old 18 April 2019, 03:01   #4
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Sealed for life bearings are they on 1 inch axels
When I was adjusting the trailer I looked at the axels and am not totally sure they could well be 1 inch..... Why do you ask

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Old 18 April 2019, 03:05   #5
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Old 18 April 2019, 04:39   #6
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When I was adjusting the trailer I looked at the axels and am not totally sure they could well be 1 inch..... Why do you ask

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i ve been after some Dennis i bought new hubs with bearing savers still to fit but when i looked for hubs with sealed for life i couldn't find any
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I’ve used Extreme they are a good bunch
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Looks good plumb
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i ve been after some Dennis i bought new hubs with bearing savers still to fit but when i looked for hubs with sealed for life i couldn't find any
It is an Alko axle if that helps
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It is an Alko axle if that helps
Ive had a look on their web site it looks like it's only for a 1300 kg trailer upwards so yours might have up graded suspension units possibly larger diameter axel than an inch
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