Sankey-fully galvanized

Uncle Douglas

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I have a Sankey narrow trailer with wolf wheels that we took fully apart and had the chassis and tub hot dip galvanized years ago. The sanker narrow trailers were designed to float and historically if not kept covered tended to hold water and rust. This is why we galvanized it. The trailer has all of its original items like the hand brake and leveling stands that make it an ideal platform for a roof top tent.
I currently have a cheap ladder rack designed for pickup trucks on it with the tent mounted to that,and keep our gear in hardigg cases in the tub. The wheels have 285's on them. Have towed this trailer @ speeds over 80 mph.

Going to build a trailer using a 110 3 door tub, roof sides, rear door, and roof.
Will likely use a 109 roof to simplify dealing with the windsheild frame relief built into a 110 roof.
In no hurry to sell this trailer but if it goes, thats the impetus to start the other project.

Have seen these sell for crazy money. Mine is ugly or gorgeous depending on your perspective- bare zinc.
I have parked this under roof for the most of its life to preserve the cover on the rtt.
$2250 obo includes the ladder rack and original wooden grate to keep things off the floor- brits call it the duckboard. I treated the duck board with marine product named Cetol years ago.

If interested, get in touch.


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Imported by a wonderful guy!
It's only a top man!

Have seen this setup many times... great buy.