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That's a perfect boat you linked to, great nick and does all the things you spec'd and sitting in Tarbert by the look of it.
I take it it was sold long before you found that link given the old pontoon went at least 2 years ago!
HR Rasmus, Cabatach - Largs
Red Optimist in the Shed!
On one of my trailers, the cross beam is welded on.
Even the 250kg units are pretty stiff. My trailers have foam lined cradles to support the hull, I'm upgrading these to thicker foam.
Are those 250kg units you speak of 250 kgs each or a pair?
Mine fitted to my trailer gave a soft ride. I could deflect the suspension by merely pushing down on the gunwhales.
Even if the trailer has integral units you can always buy mounting plates and u-bolts to attach softer units externally. You could tack-weld the plates under the existing beam.
Here you go, perfect. Room for your sandwiches on the roof too.
Avatar = Bailey - Gone but not forgotten.
I seem to remember he used to strap his 14 foot Scorpion to the roof rails rather than tow.They werent restricted to towing at 50 MPH as it was then.
Him and his crew were quite happy to sleep in the back just had to draw the black curtains. If I remember they were usually one of the last to leave the bar though!
Not sure Dylans partner would be very happy with a Volvo 960 Hearse on the drive.