"The idea is:
A complex trailer with swing wings rather than sliding beams to spread the hulls, and a central section which raises on a parallelogram using the tailer winch. Swing wings mean no binding, the arms work in your favor about the pivots rather than the size of the hulls working against you to bind up."
Taking Guzzi's idea for making a Swingwing trailer to use on R Woods 24' Eagle.
I'm wondering what materials for building the hinges would stand up to use.
The hulls are 750 lbs (341 kilo) ,I 'm not good with metal welding,I am good with glass ,or hard wood . Would this be a good use of Carbon/ wood ?Have a quite bit of carbon uni unused.
Suppose a metal hinge is ideal ,would prefer a composite glass one as I can build that way....