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Old 01-25-2011, 02:24 PM
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Old 01-25-2011, 02:34 PM
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Oh my jeez do you get you nervous with crash boxes around the docks??
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what was the reasoning behind tilting Danger Zone the opposite direction? Personal preference?
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So people in both the fast lane (left lane) and people on the other side of the interstate can see the deck of the boat, not the bottom.
We did The Nashville Catz the same way.
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In watching the video of Freedom going to FL that trailer doesn't tilt and the boat has a wide beam. Do you have to pull permits for that?
You do if you dont want a big azz ticket and a trip to the 'you-no-go-lot'!
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Old 01-25-2011, 04:32 PM
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permits are a must unless tilted. The Tilt trailer is 120K average, flat is 35K average, but factor in the average cost RI to Miami permits 1000.00 each way, plus the travel restrictions on nights and weekends, the tilt isn't too unreasonable.
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permits are a must unless tilted. The Tilt trailer is 120K average, flat is 35K average, but factor in the average cost RI to Miami permits 1000.00 each way, plus the travel restrictions on nights and weekends, the tilt isn't too unreasonable.
So with a tilt are there no restrictions ?
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So with a tilt are there no restrictions ?
as long as you can tilt the boat to within 8'6" wide and 13'6" tall, there are no restrictions
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here ya go:
http://www.ehow.com/how_5891452_use-...t-trailer.html
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