Real-ezy boat trailers

Submitted: Friday, Apr 14, 2006 at 20:48
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I am looking at getting a Real-ezy foldable trailer - for 12ft dinghy on CT.

Model I am looking at is Nymboida non-suspension model.

Does anyone have specific experience with Real-ezy trailers that they would be willing to share - good bad or indifferent - happy with it all.

I have a Little Bulldog - great trailer but just too damn big and heavy.

I will be freighting to Perth as no local distributor to date. I guess I may need to look at plug on electrics as I think West coast licensing uses different plug system. If there is anyone else in the West that has dealt with road licensing - feedback would be much appreciated.

Link re this model is Real-ezy Nymboida Non-suspension

Thanks in advance

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Reply By: Member - uncle - Friday, Apr 14, 2006 at 20:56

Friday, Apr 14, 2006 at 20:56
Hi Alan,I cant give the guys from Real Ezy enough praise.We have the nymboida and very happy,our initial rego cost in NSW all up was about $140 but will be cheaper next time as we dont have to pay for the plate again.Every time I set it up if we happen to be in a van park at the time,I always have the 'older' folk commenting on how easy it really is! If you are using it for tthe purpose of CT use only, the Nymboida non suspension is fine,we only live 200 mtrs from our local ramp also, so it's great for us.
If you intend do do a few trips away to fishing spots with the boat only, i would go the suspension model.Can send pics if you like on our set up.cheers Laurie
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Follow Up By: Member - Alan (WA) - Friday, Apr 14, 2006 at 22:07

Friday, Apr 14, 2006 at 22:07
Hi Laurie

Yes - feedback on these guys via this site seems good. Speaking with them yesterday - seemed very helpful also.

I will send you a member message with my email.


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Reply By: cokeaddict - Saturday, Apr 15, 2006 at 07:35

Saturday, Apr 15, 2006 at 07:35
Sure looks great !
Damn i hate comming in here.....everytime i read stuff....i get new ideas.

One day, SWMBO is gonna spit the dummy.

Ill keep fingers crossed for that day :-)
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Reply By: Member - Ian W (NSW) - Saturday, Apr 15, 2006 at 13:54

Saturday, Apr 15, 2006 at 13:54
Alan, Have the Nymboida with suspension. The rationale was that when at home from our little trips we would still wish to use the boat and tow at reasoble sppeds.

I did build a little hand dolly to push/pull our ointy nose punt & motor to the water. Thgis worked fine while camped within pushing distance of a launch spot but if we wanted to try the next river, lake wha have you it was a case of packing up camp and moving, that was, of course, if there was a camp in the area.

After some pretty heavy spinal surgery the Little Bulldog was way to heavy for me and I was restricted untill I found the Real-Ezy product. I was pleased to see that I could break it dfown to individual pieces within my weight limitations.

Great product, first class componentry, quality stainless fittings where appropriate, a well manufacured item all round.

Real-Ezy are ADR Compliant and registered designs, I bought mine home, took to my local testing station where the guy looked at the Compliance Plate on the trailer then looked it up in his listing and wrote me a registration Blue Slip on the spot.

I do not buy over the internet or from brochures, I took some leave and drove up to Maclean from Sydney, within minutes of arriving at Rob's workshop I committed to a purchease - they are that good.

Ther are cheaper products around but I would emphasise that you get what you pay for. I am mnor4 than satisfied that I have recieved value for money.

Ihave no connection etc:etc:

RegarIan W
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