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Subject: Re: TS 240 Centre of Gravity


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paul
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Date Posted: 24/11/06 21:29:33
In reply to: dave rochester 's message, "TS 240 Centre of Gravity" on 23/11/06 15:24:09

Hi Dave,

Following may assist.
Wheel centres = 70cm
C/L Rear support for hull 70cm from centre rearmost wheel.
C/L Front support for hull 79 cm from centre of foremost wheel.
Both supports are 26 cm above the longitudinals of trailer (probably around 12cm above axle centre line).
Bow support is 203cm forward of C/L of front hull support.
Bow support contacts bow 56 CM above longitudinals.

Coupling centre is 114 cm from contact position of bow with support.
All supports/cross members are adjustable using 'u' bolts.
Hope this helps
Paul

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