Pot tipper builder in Perth

 I know, should be able to search this, but i click all I like on the Search function and nothing happens. So can people give me some names for fabricators who build a solid tipper. Needs to be strong enough for full size pro pots.


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The search function doesn't work

Sat, 2019-02-02 19:02

hasn't for some time, or not for me anyway. I find the way around this is to enter your key words into the general address / search function (not fishwrecked) and also add the word fishwrecked. It found this:

http://fishwrecked.com/forum/cray-pot-tipper-4

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have a look

Sat, 2019-02-02 20:43

 have a look at willys from bullet boats tipers he makes  they are the go 

 

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I can recommend Dror in Bayswater

Sat, 2019-02-02 22:27

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Can highly recommend Dror

Sun, 2019-02-03 20:29

Can highly recommend Dror over in Bayswater, very well built tippers

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x 3 for Drors tippers full

Mon, 2019-02-04 08:34

x 3 for Drors tippers full size pro pots for many years now and no issues. Solid and very well built, can also install if you need as well.

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Dror did mine too

Tue, 2019-02-05 15:52

Top job...highly recommended

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Looks like he does a narrow roller?

Sun, 2019-03-03 21:23

 Not a fan, they stress the winch hugely, down to stalling point,  when the pot is nearly up and the narrow roller chokes down the pot bridle, being narrower than the attachment points on the bridle. . So you end up having to heave the pot over before it get all the way up to the pivot point. Went through this with my last tipper, modified it for a wider roller, but still not full width. Probably fine for light pots, or small pots with narrower bridles, but I run heavy full size pro pots. 

I'll be in Perth this week, and for some weeks after, might  keep looking around.

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Yes

Mon, 2019-03-04 13:06

and that’s the way Willy does them as well.

I took mine back to him to mod which he was more than happy to do but I don’t think he actually uses them much, too busy building boats haha.

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