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Old 03-09-2016, 09:44 AM   #15
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I just searched and it looks like pontoons around 20ft long weigh 1600-2200 lbs

Rackreno your setup is 1000 x's better, safer etc! Hopefully someday I can do something similar
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Old 03-11-2016, 08:19 AM   #16
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I saw a guy once pulling doubles. He had a Class A, pulling a boat, that pulled a pop up camper. Seemed to me silly at the time and I am not sure how legal he would be.
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If you enlarge the picture and look, he's got it tied down very nicely with frame supports along both sides of the truck bed. It's no different than someone hauling a large slide in camper, like a Lance 11'. Most of the weight is down low since most of what is under the cover is just aluminum rail, making it look bulky.
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I'll bet it's a pretty stable set up. It appears to be a 3/4 or 1 ton Diesel that would weigh close to 6800#. The boat seems to be 20' long with a 50 hp motor. Probably about 1800#. The loading unit is all hydraulic and must be 1200# and is very well attached to the truck frame. With 80% of the weight being below 7' and a side wind able to blow through and under it, it has to be stable. It's actually a pretty nice compact rig that is within all length and weight limits. With the coach weighing over 50K, towing 10,000#'s with probably 600+hp, the driver of the coach probably doesn't feel it's there

edit: I would change the cover to a custom made one with snaps to prevent any movement. I've tried the type pictured on one of our 24' pontoons and the wind can find a way to tear it apart.
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Hope no SUDDEN STOPS or he could have a pontoon in his bedroom....
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The boat is an "inflatable" !
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