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Old 29 June 2020, 14:30   #1
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Guess the trailer and PCD

Before you say, just go and measure it.

I am 140 miles offshore, buying things online

I need a way to get my thunderbolt home and my triple axle redbay trailer is a tad excessive for the job.

So I bought a little trailer to modify, just to get the thing home. It was 100 on ebay, some 30 year old combi dinghy trailer.

I know what these things are like, so can anybody hazard a guess to the PCD and wheel bearing size.

My guess is 4x4" with a 1" tapered roller bearing. I don't know if it will make it the 2 hours home, but it would be nice to have a spare wheel and a couple of bearings should the inevitable happen.





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Old 29 June 2020, 15:15   #2
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One thing that seems to be fact that if it has grease nipples cut out in the centre of wheels its fairly safe to say 4" pcd if 4 stud suspect 1" bearings ,looks like 6 bolts either side to bolt suspension units on may be usuful too , 10 " wheels ?
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Old 01 July 2020, 06:56   #3
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Ask the seller to send you details of what the tyre size is - or a photo of the sidewall?
And measure the PCD for you?
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