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Old 03 February 2005, 14:49   #11
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Old 03 February 2005, 15:59   #12
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.........but Rouges head is nearly, if not bigger than his stomach - and that's big.
Yeah! vicous but fair comment
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cheers Rogue I was thinking along the same lines myself. What have you done to up set the scousers??????
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Old 04 February 2005, 14:49   #15
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He's just jealous cos I know how to drill a fkkn hole apart from that we generally beat them at footie! There is another team we do that to as well but I can't remember the name at the moment!
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We needed to do some little repair on the trailer, so after reading this thread and spending a long time thinking how to do it, we decided a crane was definatly the easiest way.

1. Thats a handy place to have access to
2. Lifted the stern about 2 inches off the trailer and rolled it backwards untill the stern was above the tressles.
3. Make sure the tressles are in the right position and lower it down.
4. Lift the bow and pull the trailer away from under it
5. Lower the bow down onto tressle no. 3

Wasn't as difficult as we thought it would be
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What is the best method of removing the boat onto "Dry Land" ?

besst too aks simmonsp orr broocy. butt yew wud av too brinng itt dowen too ryyde sannds

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A couple of dry launch images (I hope)

Hi Fred

I can confirm the easy way is keep the boat still and move the trailer ( as per Rogue Wave)
A couple of carpenters tressles stop it falling over.
By the time I did it for the second time it was a 20 minute job.
Getting the boat to start to move can be tricky - so tie the transom eyes
tp something inline behind and leave a little slack in the winch strop. Move the trailer forward until the winch strop is tight. put some move slack in the winch strop and move the trailer again.
Once the transom is on your wooden block, (assuming you are on level ground) leave the handbrake off and slowly unwind the winch.
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You are braver than I ever was. Nice looking boat by the way
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