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Old 04 July 2007, 06:25   #61
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Bramber. in my opiniom the trailer was built a bit light that was the spec to Bramber but it was subject to flexing. The standar bramber is a fine trailer however which is an 8.5 mtre version of this one. I think the 8.5 runs at about 3,300 pounds give Louise at Bramber a call

The SBS 3500/4 takes a lot of beating

Wouln't go near an Indespension again don't like the roller Axles

The reasons for the pic's however was to show Gavin that getting a boat out of a Slipway isn't a daunting prospect if you do it right
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Old 04 July 2007, 07:28   #62
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Unfortunately the trailer grounded coming off th slip which frayed the brake cable. The drive back to Wells was charecter building at least!
I noticed there was a fairly steep breakover angle at the top of the slip - only a problem for long trailers. The trailer I used was a similar length to yours but 3x axles. I removed the jockey wheel and it was fine - I have an adjustable tow hitch on the Disco and it was right at the top.
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Old 04 July 2007, 08:29   #63
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Bramber. in my opiniom the trailer was built a bit light that was the spec to Bramber but it was subject to flexing. The standar bramber is a fine trailer however which is an 8.5 mtre version of this one. I think the 8.5 runs at about 3,300 pounds give Louise at Bramber a call

The SBS 3500/4 takes a lot of beating

Wouln't go near an Indespension again don't like the roller Axles

The reasons for the pic's however was to show Gavin that getting a boat out of a Slipway isn't a daunting prospect if you do it right

Ola, just got round to having a look at all the pics - if you can get that thing in and out pretty hassle free on your own then I shouldn't have too much of a problem! great pics, thanks.
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