Laser Performance Sailboat Dolly Trailer Windesign Optiparts on 2040-parts.com
Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada
Manufacturer Part Number:EX
Laser® Sailboat Dolly
Dolly for the Laser® based upon the same proven quick release system as used on the optimist dolly. Made of square aluminum tube with rounded corners. The frame has welded joints and is anodized to provent corrosion. The bow locks into a horseshoe shaped padded support and the hull rests on 2 side supports which lock under the gunwale. This provides a stable support. Unlike other manufacturers we do not use a webbing sling which will increase the risk of osmosis. Spring locking (quick release) allows the unit to be disassembled in a matter of seconds for storage and travel.
*This item is brand new in the original box.
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