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    Posted: 06 September 2009 at 5:34pm
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Bill, this is Jim Kennedy from Sheboygan WI.  I am now in Kansas.  I was wondering if you have or know anyone that has plans for the trailer.  I am going to build one.  I have a local trailer for a Laser 28 that i have been coping, but  thought I should check with you to see if you could have the original plans.  Anything you know will be appreciated. 

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Hi Jim,

No plans. They were built by a trailer manufacturer that did them for a lot of sailboat builders in our area. Unfortunately they are long out of business. However copying an existing one is easy. Just remember to use 4" drop axles like the original so max height is kept to a minimum. Axle rating should be 3500 LBs per axle and both axles should have brakes on them. Hope this helps. Cheers Bill
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Thanks Bill.  Thats what i needed to know.  Hope all is well with you.
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