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Old 07-07-2006, 06:47 AM
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well we are all on the edges of our seats to find out who the transporter was !!!!!!!!!
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Just ask if he has "bad knees" and is not capable or interested in climbing aboard your boat once it is loaded onto a trailer. Oh yeah, his trailer might not fit the boat, so he will leave the drives down to drag through the mud, plow a few fields while towing.

I'd be sure to have something written in the contract to ensure the boat is properly looked after while under tow, just having proof of tow insurance is not enough.

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Old 07-07-2006, 10:11 AM
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Just ask if he has "bad knees" and is not capable or interested in climbing aboard your boat once it is loaded onto a trailer. Oh yeah, his trailer might not fit the boat, so he will leave the drives down to drag through the mud, plow a few fields while towing.

I'd be sure to have something written in the contract to ensure the boat is properly looked after while under tow, just having proof of tow insurance is not enough.
Steve,
How can we not use the guy if you don't tell us who hauled your boat????
I recommended my hauler to you, did you use him?? I also mentioned you should shrink wrap the boat before the haul. I would probably also had the drain plug removed.
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Hey active fun, hope all is going well.

How about expecting the trailer guy would also raise the drives and not plow fields with them?

No matter how professional a trailer guy is, it seems he is likely to put boats on whatever trailer he brought another boat with him on. Hence, no guarrantee the drives will be raised, or the trailer will fit right. Therefore, the ulitimate is to trailer the boat yourself on it's own fitted trailer.
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