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Old 01-24-2011, 11:26 PM
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Question Skaters/MTIs w/ Tilt Trailers

Anyone with a Skater or MTI that sits on a Tilt Trailer,, I have a question for you..???? Whats it like to trailer your boat tilted on its side 2 or 3 days and 1000s of miles to a poker run across open highway? Is it nerve racking? Do u have to worry about going under any bridges?....

Also, does the paint on your Skater/MTI get damaged or chipped by road debris or loose gravel being tilted on its side traveling so many miles?.......
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Old 01-25-2011, 01:36 AM
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Oh my god dude. STOP!!!!!! How old are you? I'm guessing your 17, located in long island restoring a minhawk..............? Sound similar.

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Also, does the paint on your Skater/MTI get damaged or chipped by road debris or loose gravel being tilted on its side traveling so many miles?.......
Skaters and MTI's dont get damaged - they come with a special coating from the factory that resists chips. They are the only two manufacturers.
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This is why the OSO gods should give us the ability to "IGNORE" certain members!

PR388... please stop posting for the good of this website! Shouldn't you be in school anyway?
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Oh my god dude. STOP!!!!!! How old are you? I'm guessing your 17, located in long island restoring a minhawk..............? Sound similar.
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NERVE RACKING OMFG

off course that must be why they pay people to haul there boats to the runs ..

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I thought they coated the side that is closest too the highway with spray on bed liner.....
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I thought they coated the side that is closest too the highway with spray on bed liner.....
NOPE !!!!!!! both sides BEAR for when they back the boat on the trailer
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You may have missed a few of the disclaimers when you signed up to OSO…..

Unless you are a certain age, and have a high post count you’re not allowed to ask certain questions. You are not allowed to use the internet or any forums where the experts spend their time so you may also learn about a sport you seem to have an interest in. They will decide what questions you can ask and you can’t.

You are however able to read all the various posts here that are almost never opinionated or speculative by all the gods on here that came out of womb experts in everything offshore, and most likely experts in life period.

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PR388-

You may have missed a few of the disclaimers when you signed up to OSO…..

Unless you are a certain age, and have a high post count you’re not allowed to ask certain questions. You are not allowed to use the internet or any forums where the experts spend their time so you may also learn about a sport you seem to have an interest in. They will decide what questions you can ask and you can’t.

You are however able to read all the various posts here that are almost never opinionated or speculative by all the gods on here that came out of womb experts in everything offshore, and most likely experts in life period.

Please disengage your keyboard at once, and welcome to OSO.
Read all the threads he's started in the last couple of weeks since he's joined, then reevaluate.
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