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hotpepperkid wrote:

Bird Freak wrote:

Georgia allows doubles but first trailer must be a 5th wheel.


Same with AZ. I dont know what the total length requirment is because I dont but a lot of people with side-by-sides do it


As I said above, my reading of the AZ statutes is 65' front bumper to center of rearmost axle, but a 10' "overhang" is allowed from the rear axle to the rear of 2nd trailer. Allows for towing boats that tend to have a fairly long distance behind the axle.

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