When you’re not licensed to pull doubles…


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8 Responses to When you’re not licensed to pull doubles…

  1. Cederq says:

    I’d like to know how her gets the boat on and off? From the pic, it seems dicey!

  2. Rich says:

    Necessity is a mother….

  3. danielkday says:

    With a little bracing, he could get a Piper Cub on top of that RV.

  4. fjord says:

    A certain Christian sect in my area is great for doing this. because rules don’t apply to them.

    usually a truck, farm implement, and trailer. or Tractor, wagon and farm implement. Or some combination of the three.

  5. Tim says:

    They need a really steep boot ramp…

  6. Neighbor has a similar rig. Really quite ingenious. The “boat level” (upper crossbars) is raised or lowered by hydraulics toward the front. The white wheel wells are part of the front stand and the wheels are strapped into place when the boat is loaded on — tongue of the boat trailer is “locked” into place with a secure mechanism that can’t be opened until the upper bars are laying down..

    To get the boat down (car has to be off trailer): unhook trailer from towing vehicle and lower tongue to ground (again hydraulically), then lower the uprights which the boat and trailer are sitting on (hydraulically) until on ground, unstrap the wheels, unlock the securing mechanism holding the tongue to the back cross bar and push/pull the trailer back away from lower trailer.

    Envision the two upper crossbars the boat and trailer are sitting on folded down flat to the front of the carrier trailer as they are hinged with locking hinges.

  7. Why says:

    Actually rather ingenious…… The back rack is hinged and the boat trailer tires are in enclosed chocks……. Would like to see the sequence…..

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