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Old 01 December 2005, 13:53   #1
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axls and a good decision

So you all know that I am try to change my axles, well the good news I can get the nuts undone, it took plenty on penetrating oil and a rubber hammer. So after looking at the documentation you need to supply certain details, however it does say that if you measure and get it wrong then its hard luck fair dues.

So I had to make a decision take an axle off and go to Hayling trailers just down the road from Northney or leave them on and go boating today and tomorrow, well looking at the weather I think I make the correct choice!

So one of the axles is down at Hayling trailers and I am awaiting delivery, I did not take any picture of the removal (I would have got oil all over the camera), but will take picture as I re-build

Quite enjoyed it and the bloke at Hayling trailer was very helpful, hope to fit before xmas or between xmas and new year so I can back out there
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Helpful lot at Hayling they re-axled a bramber trailer for a few years ago. Pick up a spare matching bearing when you collect so you know which part numbers you need in future.

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yeah i vouch for that too, helpfull chap he sold me my recent trailer
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hayling trailers, very helpful, especially in helping you spend money.
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Old 02 December 2005, 06:38   #5
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hayling trailers, very helpful, especially in helping you spend money.
True, but just to say I got treated exactly the same in buying a 4 roller bunk thingy as I was for my whole new trailer - I think that counts for something
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Pete 7 tahnsk for that good idea

Well yes that was the general idea to spend money so by default that was a given......I think he gives good Customer service

Keep you posted of the re-build
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