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Old 08 September 2015, 09:17   #1
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What do you think the best trailer is for 3.5 Ali floor hon way is
Do you just buy a normal small boat trailer thumbs:
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Old 08 September 2015, 13:17   #2
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Something like this I would imagine.

http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item...obalID=EBAY-GB
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Old 09 September 2015, 12:24   #3
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The wife thought she was doing me a favour and bid and won the below, is this any good??

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Old 09 September 2015, 12:47   #4
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Looks a smart trailer, just up the road from me. Liking the shiny red mudguards.
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Hi Paddlers,

Do you think it will do the job, a friend has said I need a bunk trailer??

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Looks great, and a bargain price.
Your friend is right, bunks will be far better at supporting and distributing the load on a sib floor. Not a problem though as you could easily make some for the trailer.

These are timber bunks added to a launching trolley

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Agreed, nice little trailer. Needs bunks for a sib though.

Making bunks could be a nice little winter project.
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Looks similar to a Snipe trailer I owned. Fairly straightforward to convert it to bunks. Usually very well made.
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Weed free drive & nice pot plants... meets my requirements for an Ebay purchase!

Seriously as others have said you'll need bunks... either DIY fabricate or something like this kit...

Trailer bunks for sib

What were the chances of that!

Looks like it has an outboard skeg keeper on an adjustable tail section which is a help.

You'll know if it will suit and how much work will be involved when you get it home and place the inflated boat on it for a trial fitting.
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