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Old 18-04-2008, 06:01 PM   #1
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Trailer for sale

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I have a tri axle trailer for sale, it will take roughly 21/25 foot boat, galvenised, brakes are disconnected, bearings are all ok,
it tows extremely well,

£300 ono, Saltash. Cornwall

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Old 18-04-2008, 07:35 PM   #2
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TRI axel for a 22 foooter?
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Old 18-04-2008, 08:11 PM   #3
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thats right whats the question mark for
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Old 18-04-2008, 08:38 PM   #4
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Unless you are running long runs on motorways a tri axle trailer this short will rip tyres up.
But for someone wanting parts to build a trailer could be ok as beam axles are fortunes.


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Old 18-04-2008, 08:44 PM   #5
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3 axle

hi the trailer was a twin but the 3 axle was added and can be remove by 4 blots thanks john
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Old 18-04-2008, 09:53 PM   #6
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hi the trailer was a twin but the 3 axle was added and can be remove by 4 blots thanks john
IF YOU STILL HAVE IT GIVE ME A CALL 07776076237
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Old 18-04-2008, 10:18 PM   #7
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Unless you are running long runs on motorways a tri axle trailer this short will rip tyres up.
But for someone wanting parts to build a trailer could be ok as beam axles are fortunes.


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Mr Bad boy runs with a tri and doesnt seem to get anymore problems than a twin, and that with as 21ft hull.
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Bet it great fun listening to the tyres when reversing tightly though when they are about popping off there rims
There used to be a guy (Ski Racer) From Livingston up here who had a tri axle with a 21 Ring on it a few years ago, i remember him telling me how he had great fun hand balling it about in the driveway.

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thats right whats the question mark for
? as it is very unusual to have that configuration. I have a trailer for a 32 foot boat and was given the option of adding a third axel, but recommended not to for manovering in marinas etc. The 24 foot boat was sold as single axel with an option on the second.

Of the V24's which are heavy boats, half the trailers are single, and none are tripple.

Just commenting on what is definately unusual to me.
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Old 18-04-2008, 10:54 PM   #10
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Only worth the third axle for weight if you wanna chance the Uk limit. we have three for our 23' tilt bed plant trailer it can carry 4.2 tonnes net, not that we would have tried it !!
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Old 19-04-2008, 12:06 AM   #11
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I have tri axle and my rig weighs loads no prob here think its cheap trailer
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Need to uprate my trailer as the Hunton weighs more with the inboards spoke to a man who knows and he recommended replacing the 2 original axles instead of adding a third.Apart from the tyres what about the extra strain on the bearings when turning
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Need to uprate my trailer as the Hunton weighs more with the inboards spoke to a man who knows and he recommended replacing the 2 original axles instead of adding a third.Apart from the tyres what about the extra strain on the bearings when turning
strain on bearings when turning? you think they are gonna fall off? You work in an office with lots and lots of women dont you?
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What we did for our plant trailer as we needed three axles for weight distribution was to have a triple 1800kg set-up as they are the big heavy duty bearings and have the axles down rated to 1600kgs so softer suspension. however still gives us 4800 kgs gross. If you use lighter axles/bearings they will suffer but unlikely to collapse if checked/changed regularly and your not turning on a sixpence. tyres will scuff and your alignment must be perfect. we use lasers to line up two or three axles.
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have no prob with three axles you need to be a proper driver to know how to drive a three axle trailer ive had no problems even if you get a puncture
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strain on bearings when turning? you think they are gonna fall off? You work in an office with lots and lots of women dont you?
If only

Who manouver's a boat trailer any how we all think were great and drive 4x4's

Only shit i get from a triple is when she is empty trailer dominates the back end of the 4x4 more than the Mr's ( up and down movement for the less educated )
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Works great for punctures if the suspension isn't to sort and doesn't drop to far. we have gone about 50 miles after having a blow out. done about 12,000 miles with our trailer, quite alot of manouevering around yards and will need a new set of tyres on front axle only. you will get a rocking motion as the when light as the trailer will want to follow the undulations in the road as a twin axle but the middle axle has more pivital effect. shouldn't be too bad with a boat trailer as either fully loaded or light.
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Old 13-09-2008, 09:15 AM   #18
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hi the trailer has been sold
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Mr Bad boy runs with a tri and doesnt seem to get anymore problems than a twin, and that with as 21ft hull.
That was at Hunstaton Ski Race last month with 5 wheels not 6!!!
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That was at Hunstaton Ski Race last month with 5 wheels not 6!!!
Thats cos hes a lazy sod and didnt do the bearing before he left, went up on 5 and came back on 5 (and didnt even get in the water)
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