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Old 12-14-2006, 10:03 AM
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I will contact you if I'm heading to that area. 10 years ago I used to fish out of the Great Wicomico with the family that builds Tiffany Yachts (friends of friends). Other than that, I've only passed through the area on the way somewhere else.
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Thanks Ken,

I may go that week and haul it back. Just checking options. Do I fly down and enjoy the boat in the gulf for a few days or spend the time on the road......should be a no brainer


It's an '02 on a Myco.
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I'm with you on that one...I'd go riding as well. 50/50 chance of it being cold though.
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Jeff,

Looks like I am going to drag the boat back. I still need to haul a MYCO Cradle back. 6' wide x 32'long. Basically a trailer w/o a tongue or wheels. Can you handle this? If not any ideas?

I checked with MYCO and they ususally send them stacked on new trailers.

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Looks like I am going to drag the boat back. I still need to haul a MYCO Cradle back. 6' wide x 32'long. Basically and trailer w/o a tongue or wheels. Can you handle this? If not any ideas?

I checked with MYCO and they ususally send them stacked on new trailers.

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I see Jeff has you handled. If you need help let me know, I am new to the Forum but am not new to OSO. Been hauling OSO Steves's Boat and RV for years as well as many other members boats. I run from Miami to PA area on a regular basis. Flexible schedule and am in FL now. PM me or e-mail me.
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Old 12-20-2006, 09:01 AM
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for the cradle you most likely will have to load it on a full size step deck semi trailer. I can't see any other way to move it. good luck
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Jeff,

Looks like I am going to drag the boat back. I still need to haul a MYCO Cradle back. 6' wide x 32'long. Basically a trailer w/o a tongue or wheels. Can you handle this? If not any ideas?

I checked with MYCO and they ususally send them stacked on new trailers.

Thanks,

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That is right, here is a picture of a Myco cradle that was delivered for a 38' Top Gun in Lauderdale. It was delivered strapped to a Myco trailer and then was dunked and put on floats to be delivered to the customers house.
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If there is a way to lift it onto a flatbed, I might be able to help. I have a 25' 25,000lb deck over trailer that it should fit on without issues. It will hang off the back a few feet but enough is on the trailer to support it. its a tag trailer, with dual dullys on it. I might have a car to bring back to FL from VT at some point, and on the way up get the cradle for you.
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That is right, here is a picture of a Myco cradle that was delivered for a 38' Top Gun in Lauderdale. It was delivered strapped to a Myco trailer and then was dunked and put on floats to be delivered to the customers house.
Is that the raft Cashbar came over on??
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