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Old 08-28-2014, 05:44 PM   #631
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Now that is neat. They made the trailer look like the MH.

Must be a heck of a thing to back up with the steerable axle.

I want to come out to the March Meet (Hot Rod Reunion), but have been hesitant because of the strict California length enforcement. I wonder how he got around it?

Did you see and earth quack damage?
Glenn,

I wasn't there to take this photo but a friend was and sent it to me a few days ago.

Lots of earthquake damage based on the news and video that I have seen on TV.

My rig is almost 72 feet long and I have been in and out of California numerous times. That doesn't mean people cannot be stopped and checked. My next road trip is not until next April when I finally leave CA for the last time and head for Alaska. After spending the summer in Alaska I will be heading back to Rochester to visit family.

My philosophy is to drive safely, have the trailer hooked up correctly and safely and then stay within the 55 mph speed limit. Drive defensively and stay out of trouble.

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Old 08-29-2014, 07:37 AM   #633
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Some times we pull the car trailer and my pickup.........

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Glenn,

I wasn't there to take this photo but a friend was and sent it to me a few days ago.

Lots of earthquake damage based on the news and video that I have seen on TV.

My rig is almost 72 feet long and I have been in and out of California numerous times. That doesn't mean people cannot be stopped and checked. My next road trip is not until next April when I finally leave CA for the last time and head for Alaska. After spending the summer in Alaska I will be heading back to Rochester to visit family.

My philosophy is to drive safely, have the trailer hooked up correctly and safely and then stay within the 55 mph speed limit. Drive defensively and stay out of trouble.

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We want to make the trip to Alaska, any pointers on what to see would be great!

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That is neat!
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Old 08-29-2014, 01:25 PM   #635
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Now that is neat. They made the trailer look like the MH.

Must be a heck of a thing to back up with the steerable axle.

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That is a really cool trailer. I have never seen anything like it. I wonder who made it?
It's basically the same axle arrangement as a gasoline tank truck and trailer. Not to hard to back once you get the hang of it. But not for beginners.....
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That is a really cool trailer. I have never seen anything like it. I wonder who made it?

It's basically the same axle arrangement as a gasoline tank truck and trailer. Not to hard to back once you get the hang of it. But not for beginners.....
I assumed that the front steerable axle could be locked in place, straight facing similar to the Trailer Toads that are used for trailers when backing up any distance.

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Great looking Rig Steve!!!!!!! How long is your trailer?
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Looking at a all aluminum 24' stacker trailer built by T&E enterprizes in Illinois.
My 42' tour is rated for 1500# tongue weight with a 15000# towing rating.
This trailer with 3 axles would have a 2000-2500# tongue weight, has anyone
upgraded there frame to handle a heavier tongue weight. If so how was it done?

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