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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Brian C, Apr 1, 2010.

  1. Brian C
    Joined: Mar 25, 2005
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    OK so before everyone tells me that they're supposed to be driven this is for vehicles that can't really be driven right now. Well, legally anyway.

    Does anyone have suggestions on where a 2 car trailer can be rented/leased? Or any suggestions on getting 2 vehicles weighing less than 2000 lbs each from point A to point B.

    All help is very much appreciated, Thanks
     
  2. hotrodladycrusr
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    Point A and point B are where??
     
  3. Brian C
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    Ah, excellent point! Damn, knew I missed something...............


    Long Island, NY to PA

    Thanks Denise
     
  4. Mudslinger
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    Make two trips or hire a pro.
     

  5. pastlane
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    Try Ray at Rolling Wheels Transport out of Wind Gap PA 610-597-2490 He has dropped several cars off here. First class guy.
     
  6. Closest I thing have ever seen to a 2 car trailer for rent/lease would be an equipment trailer, like for bobcats and backhoes, but you need one hell of a truck to yank a monster like that plus the 4000# of cars on it...

    Folks offer space on their trailer from time to time in the classifieds...it may free you up at least one car if they can get you close...where in PA?
     
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  7. harpo1313
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    from wareham,ma

    2000 lbs each,will one of them fit in a u haul 24 ft box truck? if yes rent the matching trailer.thats not that far .
     
  8. fxfxr
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    from eureka, ca

    If you know of any contacts in the trucking industry, you might could get a good rate on a haul back(empty truck headed that way)
     
  9. Brian C
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    Harpo!

    Nice idea.....................
     
  10. harpo1313
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    from wareham,ma

    ive done it,good straps to the frame rails to the tie offs on the walls to keep it from walking sideways and stack a wad of furniture pads on each wheel between them and the wall just in case,youve got some rough ass roads around there this time of year.who am i shitting,your roads suck year round.
     
  11. slddnmatt
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    a buddy of mine use to squeeze his 76 3/4 4X4 into a ryder box truck. it kinda helped that it was a 4X. he would drive the front onto the liftgate lift it up, and he would be able to pull the wheels onto the bed, lower the gate and drive the rear on and lift it up and pull it in. kinda funny to watch...
     
  12. 2manytoys
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    from Fresno

    I made 2 1800 miles trips to Portland to pick up 2 Divcos. That was the cheapest way for me but gas was at $2 a gallon.
     
  13. Brian C
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    Yeah, you've got that 100% right. The roads here are a real PITA.
     

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