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Old 10-23-2006, 09:28 AM   #1
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Can anybody refer me to a transport service to haul a 5th wheel from Michigan to Georgia next month? Can be pricate or commercial. email me at w-williamson@usa.net
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Classic Transport comes to mind. There are many such transporters. Check Highways, trailer life, or other such Rving magazines for transport adds. These firms carry proper insurance, licensing, etc. Some individuals offering to deliver Rv's may not.
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