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Old 08-03-2012, 12:35 PM   #1
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All his toys

A few years ago in TX I woke in the morning to see this. Now that's the way to travel.
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Old 08-03-2012, 01:40 PM   #2
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My DW and I saw a similar set up in the summer of 1971.
One of the hip sayings at the time was " It must be nice "
I think the owner had heard that once too often as on the side of the coach was a decal " YES IT IS ".
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I wonder how the boat gets launched.
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Simple, the boat is on a boat trailer and it lowers down. You hook up the SUV to the boat and your off fishing.
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I'd like to see it work.
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Old 08-03-2012, 04:51 PM   #6
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"I wonder how the boat gets launched."

just back it in. WAAAY in.
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No th SUV does that.
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We have friends that have a 45' Newell, pull a full sized Hummer H2, and a 21' cruiser behind that. I can't figure out why they never get stopped.
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I would have thought you just back up fast .............. and slam on the brakes.......duh
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ok, that works too. retrieval is gonna be a b!tch though.
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Hmm, trailer with SUV, Harley and 17' boat with motor on a non-tag coach. It would be interesting to see a scale weight on the rear axle.
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WOW! That is a lot of stuff!

And I was thinking the little car I'd like to tow along with us was excessive. Apparently I do not think big enough.
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Hmm, trailer with SUV, Harley and 17' boat with motor on a non-tag coach. It would be interesting to see a scale weight on the rear axle.
I doubt if the owner can spell weight limits......

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Hey they probably told him with a diesel you can tow anything and he took them at their word.
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