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Posted: 05/26/12 12:33pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We need something like this. Tired of having to pick which toy we take during the summer.

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Posted: 05/26/12 12:39pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

othertonka wrote:

Looks pretty tall, hope he measured it and watches those overpasses.


That was the first thing I thought of when I saw that...13.4 or was it 13.8 well we'll so find out hold on honey.

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They must have been been in the Bay loop, as you were in the Sage loop and we were in the Dune loop. When I saw them they were leaving, since they would have had to hitch the TT last, that makes sense

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Great way to make the TT more aerodynamic...


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I dont have a boat yet, but i take everything with me when i can.


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Posted: 05/27/12 08:07am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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This Guy made his own




I'd like to hear from the LEO's, at what point do they pull somebody over for 'improper rigging' or 'unsafe travel'?


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I'd like to hear from the LEO's, at what point do they pull somebody over for 'improper rigging' or 'unsafe travel'?


At the point that the load shifts or leaks, other wise it's a safe load. Not sure why you would think otherwise. If it does not exceed the maximum width and height regs what is the issue?

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Francesca Knowles wrote:

I don't know why hauling toys has to be so complicated. All you really need is a stump and a couple of tiedowns.






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