Laser Trailer Opinions

#41
dont know if you can get them in the US but in the uk we use a seperate road base and trolly and the trolly just slides on top of the road base and gets heled on with a clevis pin the reason being is so that your road bearings never get submerged or for that matter near the water and therefore last longer as you just launch the boat on the trolly and the trolly is on plain nylon bushes that last the lifetime of the tyres they look like this http://www.mccreadysailboats.co.uk/index.php?page=packages just seems stupid to be putting your road trailer in the water
 

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#42
dont know if you can get them in the US but in the uk we use a seperate road base and trolly and the trolly just slides on top of the road base and gets heled on with a clevis pin the reason being is so that your road bearings never get submerged or for that matter near the water and therefore last longer as you just launch the boat on the trolly and the trolly is on plain nylon bushes that last the lifetime of the tyres they look like this http://www.mccreadysailboats.co.uk/index.php?page=packages just seems stupid to be putting your road trailer in the water
I wish somebody would market trailers like that in the US.
 
#44
We have a double stack road trailer. Boats stay on their launching trolleys and are loaded on and strapped to the road base. We're on our second one of these now as the first one got a bit tired (no idea how many miles done but it went to Portugal, Ireland, Netherlands and all over UK).
 

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