Laser Trolley Gunwale Hung

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TRTRA145LTL1

Gunwale hung trolley designed specifically for the Laser 1. A-frame galvanised steel construction with Pneumatic tyres on non-corrosive plastic wheels.

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Gunwale hung trolley designed specifically for the Laser 1. A-frame galvanised steel construction with Pneumatic tyres on non-corrosive plastic wheels.

Buy this trolley with our Trident Vario1 EU Road Base Trailer, to give you a Laser Combi Trailer.

See the extra images above to get an idea how this trolley fits together.

Features

  • Padded full width axle, cross member, bow and gunwale supports
  • Hot dipped galvanised coating.
  • Gunwale hung support at the axle.
  • Specifically designed for the Laser Sailing Dinghy.
  • Supplied with standard trolley wheels with a 16x4 inch tyre.
  • Supplied flat packed, with tools for assembly which typically takes 15 minutes.
  • Can be shipped world wide.
  • Fits our Vario Road Base to create a Combination Road Trailer.

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  1. Alan Pearson asks 4 Sep 2019

    Hi, I have a laser 1 that I want to bring over from the UK to France. My trolley is gunwhale hung but I don’t know if it is a certain make or not. What road base trolley would you suggest?

    1. David Shilling answers 10 Apr 2019

      Hi Alan
      Our Vario 1 Road Base will take trolleys designed for boats up to 14' 6" .
      To help determine if the two will fit in some way we have listed the measurements of the road base or you could look at the extra images of the trolley to see the trolley dimensions
      https://www.tridentuk.com/gb/trident-vario-1-eu-dinghy-road-base-trailer-sailing-trtravrb1.html


      There have been many different designs of Laser trolleys over the years so difficult for me to say how well it will fit. What I can say is I haven't failed to load a trolley on a road base and the worst that has happened is I've had to take the trolley wheels off and strap the trolley and boat fore and aft
      I hope that is some help
      Regards
      David 

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  2. Jake asks 1 May 2019

    I am unsure which model my laser is have you got any advise on how to differentiate a laser 1 and laser 2 from each other as I am in need of a trolley because I am currently using the road base due to no launching trolley provided in purchase of the boat

    1. David Shilling answers 7 Jan 2019

      Hi Jake
      A Laser 1 is sailed single handed and has a hole with a tube in the deck that the mast fits into
      A Laser II is a 2 person boat with a stayed mast (has wires holding it up)
      If you google images for laser 2 regatta you should get a better idea of what you have
      Regards
      David Shilling

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  3. John asks 9 Feb 2019

    Can you tell me the dimensions of the flat pack item as I may need to transport it flat packed - would it fit on a roof rack on a large estate car?

    1. David Shilling answers 3 Sep 2019

      Hi John
      Dimensions are 265 X 40 X 30 cms and weighs 28KG
      That said if it were going in or on a car I would unpack it as i'd be easier to handle.
      The side arms are the longest part at 265cms and should go in a car. The cradle/axle assembly wheels, handle and cross member should go in the boot. You can see dimensions of the cradle/axle assembly on the extra images of the product
      Regards
      David

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  4. Martine Murdoch asks 3 Apr 2017

    Hi, I have a Byte CI/II and wondered if this would be suitable.
    my actual launching trolley from my combi is heavy despite a jockey wheel.
    the boat is about 50 kg. thanks

    1. David Shilling answers 6 Mar 2017

      Hi Martine 
      Generally speaking when the boat feels heavy on the trolley it's because the balance isn't right.
      This is more often than not because the boat is on a trolley too big for it so there is more weight/boat forward of the balance point at the axles.
      The Byte is a 12 foot boat and the Laser 14 foot so will not balance right plus the gunwhale supports are designed to suit a Laser which is wider than a Byte.


      We would reccomend our standard trolley for up to 12 foot 6 
      https://www.tridentuk.com/gb/product-standard-launching-trolley-upto-12ft6-trtra125lt.html
      Or
      Our our standard 12 foot 6 webbing trolley
      https://www.tridentuk.com/gb/product-webbing-support-launching-trolley-upto-12ft6-trtra125wlt.html


      I hope that helps
      David

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  5. Mike Cook asks 9 Jan 2017

    Can you please tell me if this trolley will fit onto a Laser 1 Combi road trailer?

    1. David Shilling answers 9 Jan 2017

      Hi Mike
      Laser have used a number of road bases in the past so I couldn't say how well it might fit.
      We have included all the measurements of our trolleys in the extra images so you can work out how this might fit on yours.
      If you need help with working it out please let us know
      Regards
      David

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  6. mike rigg asks 26 Aug 2016

    hi
    what is the trolley total weight

    1. David Gebhard answers 26 Aug 2016

      Hi, the total weight including the wheels is 26kg and the nose weight, the weight you lift with the handle, is just under 8kg.


      David

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  7. Harri Goldsmith asks 26 Aug 2016

    What is the weight of the trailer?

    1. David Gebhard answers 26 Aug 2016

      Hi, the total weight of the trolley including wheels is 26kg. The nose weight, ie the weight you lift is just under 8kg.


      Many thanks


      David

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  8. Paul asks 4 Sep 2015

    I have a laser 2 and notice from the internet that there is marginal difference in size between the laser 1 and 2. Does your trolley suit a laser 2 as well?

    Thanks

    1. David Gebhard answers 4 Sep 2015

      Hi Paul, the Laser 2 is both wider and higher than the Laser 1 and will not fit in the Laser 1 trolley. Are you aware that we do a specific Laser 2 trolley as shown in the following link?


      http://www.tridentuk.com/gb/product-laser-2-3000-trolley-gunwhale-hung-trtra145ltl2.html


      David

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  9. Alison asks 17 Jul 2015

    Hi

    I had just bought some new non-puncture wheels for my old trolley (which then promptly collapsed!), does your trolley come with standard tyres, and is it easy enough to swap the wheels if they don't?

    thanks

    1. David Shilling answers 17 Jul 2015

      Hi Alison
      Trolley wheels are pretty standard with most having a 1 inch bore, some have a 25mm bore which is ever so slightly smaller. If you have the 25mm and you find they are tight they will either loosen with a little use or worse case they could be adjusted with file or sandpaper.
      So the answer to your question is yes the wheels are easily changeable and I am pretty sure yours will fit without a problem and if there is it'll be easily sorted
      Regards
      David  

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  10. Nick asks 30 May 2015

    Can you please provide the dimensions of the flat pack.

    I am wondering if to request delivery at home or at the sailig club. This is dependent on if I can place the fat pack in the my Golf car.

    If I request delivery at the sailing club, what arrangements need to be made for delivery?

    Thanks and regards,

    Nick

    1. David Shilling answers 30 May 2015

      Hi Nick
      The longest parts are the side arms at 102" or 2.6 meters so with the seats down I would have thought it would go in a Golf okay
      I hope that helps
      David 

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