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Old 08-31-2006, 04:25 PM   #15
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Here in Utah you can tow 5th wheel and trailer in tandem. You cannot tow trailer and trailer.

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Old 08-31-2006, 07:01 PM   #16
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Some states It is legal as long as you comply with certain requirements such as total length.
We will be need to go thru Va to get to TN in next fe days. I paper i coped from an email from Va cop, saying it was legal , but in next breath seemed to be hinting it wasnt. I copied ts and I am going to bring it with me just in case. Dont want a toy hauler, we like the extended luxuirous living area of our fifth wheel.

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Old 02-26-2007, 05:50 AM   #17
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Have you thought about any of the mounts that go on the back that will elevate the bike off the ground and are attached to the rear of the Trailer?

We have a mount so our bike rides up on the back bumper (Custom Made, not stock Bumper) and havent had any problems. Ours is only a 200lb. dual sport bike for tooling around town or running errands, but I know Blue Ox, and Hydra-Lift both make models that'll hold up to a full size Harley. There are plenty of others out there, but those are the first two that came to mind.

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Oregon allows triple trailers. I have seen them. That is three trailers plus the tractor. I don't know how this would apply to RVs.


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