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Old 07-03-2011
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I am starting a new thread in this forum because it didn't get any responses in the Gear and maintenance section. Sorry for a double post. Just figured the cal section would be better. Thanks.



I am planning on converting a trailer that was for a 25' cabin cruiser to haul my boat. Mine is in the water so getting the dimensions will be hard. Thanks for any help. It's a 1972 cal t-4.

http://www.lavidastarships.com/image...urements_2.gif this is a measurement layout I found. If anyone has ideas or experience doing this please let me know any pointers you may have. Thanks

I had a couple of pictures I received from members that I was going to try and scale to use but my stupid computer crashed and I lost them. If anyone has pictures of a t-4 on a trailer please send me them. Thanks

David_Boone@windstream.net

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Boat trailer

When I rebuilt my boat trailer to carry my Cal 2-25, I called the mfg. and asked them for the support points and height measurements. I all so made sure the supports were placed under the bulkheads. When I loaded the boat, from a travel lift it fit perfect, no adjustments were needed. Good luck with yours. John
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thanks I have tried looking online to see if they are still in business but everything I find says no. How long ago did you build yours and do you still have contact info? Thanks
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