Towing a hot tub question

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  1. tzmartin

    tzmartin Not here for a long time but here for a good time!

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    jmkay1 2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah

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    Ok wow, I’ve seen some scary loads on my travels, but this one I think wins. At least all the others were on some sort of real “trailer” not on a dolly.
     
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    Redneck engineering at its best!!
     
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    generok Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Good for him for gittin' er' done! There's a saga of a story here in Anchorage of a dude trying to move a mobile home he "found" with various failed vehicles. It's hilarious. He'd get hooked up, move it a ways then either the police would stop him or it would fail. It kept ending up somewhere in the city at the site of his last fail. For about a week the interwebs would report "where's the house today?".
     
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    We keep getting closer to a third world everyday it seems. Glad it was in Canada and not South Carolina.
     
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    Outstanding! now I know I can tow my TT with a Porsche.
     
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    generok Well-Known Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Here's a shot... at least he's tongue low!
     
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    tfischer A bad day camping beats a good day at the office

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    Hot tubs are fairly light when empty. He probably would have been fine on a legit trailer.
     
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    I don't know. I think he should at least be given a pat on the back and maybe an escort to his destination.I do not know the exact situation but some kind of ribbon should be given to him for his creative ingenuity. I am 64 yrs. , you would not believe the things we rigged up in the olden days(because we had to) to tow and move stuff. But we knew math back then and we had a common knowledge of common sense. Probably was a bad choice for him to do that. But it makes me feel yummy to remember simpler days when things were not so complicated and over analyzed.
     

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