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Old 04-24-2007, 05:00 PM
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Old 04-24-2007, 05:39 PM
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Best investment out there. get my new one next week.
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What is the name of the place in Missery that makes them. American trailers?????
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Old 04-24-2007, 06:30 PM
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Team Taboo, What kind of boat are you hauling, is the trailer user friendly, heard the trailer is hard on the boat?
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Just got one and love it. A little more work taking the fuel and oil out but looks great and no permits.
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Oil out? every time? That does sound like work. If the whole deal was dry sump would that matter. Fuel is easy, just run it out, should be just a few miles with that power.
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I could use one for my tub.


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$78,000?
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Are you serious, $78,000. Maybe they make a hand crank one I bet it is a real work of art, making it tilt, supporting the hull evenly and making it secure when on its side. How about handling, there is a bunch of weight 15ft in the air, almost 1/2 the boat. I think they are cool and would make the most sense for hauling, even with permits it is a wide load that can be clipped easily, and you don't need that hassle.
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Lake Cumberland has a complete truck/tilt trailer rig for 43 NorTech for sale. Make an offer
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