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Old 10-29-2013, 10:52 PM   #1
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Trailers you tow behind your MH / Pictures of the whole rig

I've been told there was a thread showing pictures of MHs with trailers towed behind it, but I have been unable to find it.

I would love to see other long rigs

I thought I would start a new one.

Here is my contribution (73 feet)



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Here's another.
Nice stacker, race, you have me by two feet?
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Here's what we pull. Can pull about any toad. And backup. No ramps as it tilts. Hydraulic brakes and rock guard. Trailer is about 1400#
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Old 10-30-2013, 12:15 AM   #5
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WOW...Beautiful Rigs!

The captions made me wonder if anyone has had an issue with any max length laws? Read here that non-commercial licensed vehicles are capped at 65' by federal rules. I researched it for me in CA and found that to be factual-here. Of course there's special drivers license rules in CA for RV's over 40' too.

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Nice stacker, race, you have me by two feet?
After having this one built I would like to do one more and add 2 feet. No race cars inside just toys, but I did spend about 10 years crewing on a T/F dragster and have a world championship ring from 93. What great times those were.
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The captions made me wonder if anyone has had an issue with any max length laws? Read here that non-commercial licensed vehicles are capped at 65' by federal rules. I researched it for me in CA and found that to be factual-here. Of course there's special drivers license rules in CA for RV's over 40' too.

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Haven't had it in CA, but no issues as of yet.
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The captions made me wonder if anyone has had an issue with any max length laws? Read here that non-commercial licensed vehicles are capped at 65' by federal rules. I researched it for me in CA and found that to be factual-here. Of course there's special drivers license rules in CA for RV's over 40' too.

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When I go to the track there are many rigs over length. I have not heard of anyone that has had a problem except going to California or if they were doing something stupid. There is one gentleman that comes to my track from Canada and cross the boarder weekly that is 85 feet long.
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Never measured, but I believe I am about 71-72'
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here's mine

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^^I have seen one like that running through Kansas city area!


Mine isn't near so pretty or long!

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I like it gunrunner. Very sharp.
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32' National Sea Breeze and 20' International. Just checked. 20' inside the trailer. 25' Tail to tongue.

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