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Old 07-16-2012, 02:54 PM
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This guys got brass ones!!!



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If he's in FL he'll be fine. Pulling it through the N. GA mountains would certainly end in tragedy. Pulling is easy, stopping is a biotch. As long as he's got good surge brakes on the trailer he will have no problems.

I state the above on the premise that the driver has some SKILL. If he's just a blooming idiot murphy will handle the rest.
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I'm sure he has the tow package and trailer brakes.
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36' Contender on a Tundra?
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How about a 30' GW with a pre-Tacoma truck? Or a 31' ocean master with a s10 truck?
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Old 07-16-2012, 04:16 PM
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35 express which is heavier than a 36. I took that pic on my commute home today and let me tell you that brakes or no brakes it looked squirrelly as hell when he would stop and shift lanes... I got away from him fast!!!
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35 express which is heavier than a 36. I took that pic on my commute home today and let me tell you that brakes or no brakes it looked squirrelly as hell when he would stop and shift lanes... I got away from him fast!!!

You should have gotten in front of him and tapped your brakes...
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Here.s a thing killed your kid because of overloading!
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He needs to get arrested
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I wonder if he was taking pictures while driving at 55mph in traffic?
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Originally Posted by colmbarry View Post
I wonder if he was taking pictures while driving at 55mph in traffic?
I wouldnt know since we were doing about 3 mph in bumper to bumper traffic. I doubt he could even get that rig to 55 mph.
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Ya could pull that boat with a decent riding lawn mower if you weren't going too far.
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CRAZY person !!!
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Old 07-19-2012, 10:20 AM
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IF thats a tundra no problem short distance . Nice boat, is that the 35 Contender with the huge floor layout ?
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As Bugbuster says - no problem in flatland - don't try that in the hills around here.....
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