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Trailer Hubs.
I have to replace the hubs on my trailer. Standard trailer hubs do not fit. The hubs are the standard original trailer hubs. Does any one know what hubs they are as this would help. They have a Holden pattern. Love some info as i want to get back on the water. The Rl24 is a mark 1 early boat.
Quinton 26-Apr-2016    Edit    Delete 
Re: Trailer Hubs.
Quinton.
If you have a Mk1 24 and an original trailer, then the trailer may have been made by either Redco or Tinka of Brisbane between 1974 and 1978, prior to that we did build a few trailers our selves from parts supplied by those two firms.
Rob Legg26-Apr-2016    Edit    Delete 
Re: Trailer Hubs.
I believe the hubs were based on early Holden style, e.g. EH etc.
Depending on where you are, most trailer part supply people would have something that would match up.
In SEQ. there is a place in Beenleigh that has most things and are very helpful.
Cheers Martyn
martyn26-Apr-2016    Edit    Delete 
Re: Trailer Hubs.
Hi Rob.

Quinton has Lady Jane. No.112. I think you just built the hull then Bruce Castles finished it off before selling to the Lairds. From the pics I saw, I think the trailer was original.
James Shannon26-Apr-2016    Edit    Delete 
Re: Trailer Hubs.
Quinton. Try the trailer manufacturer on Kattanning St Bayswater just behind the service station on Guildford Rd near the Tonkin H/way
Michael ANDREWS12-May-2016    Edit    Delete 
Re: Trailer Hubs.
Bit late to the conversation but they would be HT Holden pattern....most trailers and caravans of that era were HT
Matt14-Jun-2016    Edit    Delete 

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