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Bob Ketterling
12-13-2003, 03:04 PM
I am looking for a trailer for a sailboat, 250 to 300 pounds. I am looking for a way to launch it in salt water without getting the trailer salty. I saw this trailer/launcher combination. They don't sell it in the US but I wondered if anyone had seen this product or a similar one and could tell me how it worked. http://www.dixonbate.co.uk/html/combi_trailer.html

Bob Ketterling
12-13-2003, 03:04 PM
I am looking for a trailer for a sailboat, 250 to 300 pounds. I am looking for a way to launch it in salt water without getting the trailer salty. I saw this trailer/launcher combination. They don't sell it in the US but I wondered if anyone had seen this product or a similar one and could tell me how it worked. http://www.dixonbate.co.uk/html/combi_trailer.html

Bob Ketterling
12-13-2003, 03:04 PM
I am looking for a trailer for a sailboat, 250 to 300 pounds. I am looking for a way to launch it in salt water without getting the trailer salty. I saw this trailer/launcher combination. They don't sell it in the US but I wondered if anyone had seen this product or a similar one and could tell me how it worked. http://www.dixonbate.co.uk/html/combi_trailer.html

DerekW
12-14-2003, 09:39 PM
300lbs on a dinghy dolly sounds like quite a lot, at least for hauling up a steep beach.

Anyway, the ones I've seen (not the DB product, BTW) have been set up with a winch and rollers, the rollers being where the tubing of the dinghy dolly lands.Quite DIY-able. Perhaps a lake-louse trailer could be adapted.

cheers
Derek

DerekW
12-14-2003, 09:39 PM
300lbs on a dinghy dolly sounds like quite a lot, at least for hauling up a steep beach.

Anyway, the ones I've seen (not the DB product, BTW) have been set up with a winch and rollers, the rollers being where the tubing of the dinghy dolly lands.Quite DIY-able. Perhaps a lake-louse trailer could be adapted.

cheers
Derek

DerekW
12-14-2003, 09:39 PM
300lbs on a dinghy dolly sounds like quite a lot, at least for hauling up a steep beach.

Anyway, the ones I've seen (not the DB product, BTW) have been set up with a winch and rollers, the rollers being where the tubing of the dinghy dolly lands.Quite DIY-able. Perhaps a lake-louse trailer could be adapted.

cheers
Derek

Steve Clark
12-16-2003, 11:18 AM
Seitech has rails that will turn trailers into combi trailers that work with seitech dollies.
( Full disclosure) I am commercially vested in seitech.
SHC
www.seitech.com (http://www.seitech.com)

Steve Clark
12-16-2003, 11:18 AM
Seitech has rails that will turn trailers into combi trailers that work with seitech dollies.
( Full disclosure) I am commercially vested in seitech.
SHC
www.seitech.com (http://www.seitech.com)

Steve Clark
12-16-2003, 11:18 AM
Seitech has rails that will turn trailers into combi trailers that work with seitech dollies.
( Full disclosure) I am commercially vested in seitech.
SHC
www.seitech.com (http://www.seitech.com)

Bob Ketterling
12-16-2003, 10:57 PM
Steve,
Thanks for the lead, this gives me a good place to look.

Bob Ketterling
12-16-2003, 10:57 PM
Steve,
Thanks for the lead, this gives me a good place to look.

Bob Ketterling
12-16-2003, 10:57 PM
Steve,
Thanks for the lead, this gives me a good place to look.