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Old 19 May 2014, 17:06   #11
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Originally Posted by Locozodiac View Post
Luckily for us towing small to medium size sib/rib light inflatables at controlled safety speeds will not be an issue, providing that you have a suitable transport to tow it properly.

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I tow with an SUV with a tow capacity of 2000kg.
Don't even notice the Sib and trailer is connected to be honest.
I'm always checking in the mirrors that the trailer is behaving itself!
Trailer wheels are fairly close to the rear on my trailer but the sheer weight of the trailer keeps it firmly planted tows a treat.
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