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Old 08-16-2008, 10:52 AM
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If you want to wrap the front and tow it I would figure out a price towing that other trailer out. PM me if interested
I'm gonna have it shrink wrapped. The soonest I can put the deal together will be 28th, 29th.

I was only thinking flat bed because I didn't want the trailer to get all chipped up since it's brand new. I imagine I can have them wrap the front of the trailer also.
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I need a boat brought from Michigan to Arizona. Would prefer a flat bed service, but it's not a deal breaker. My question is how do I load and unload it? It's a 27' cat and trailer.

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Ok, I got a couple of quotes to have it towed. I heard that there was a company out of Laughlin NV, that had a goose neck trailer that could winch my boat and trailer on to it and tow it. That is what I would prefer.


Does anybody no the name or a similar company/setup that can do this?
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