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Old 12-26-2018, 01:18 PM   #4
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did you look at the length & towing (double) restrictions link??

75 feet is enough to get considerable attention - many have done it, but I bet theyre looking over there shoulder A LOT.

IMO you're pushing your luck - at 75 feet.... AND YOU are gonna be doubled up....its a chance I wouldn't be willing to take.

Permit loads are regulated and applied for PER STATE, the time and routes are determined before hand and must be complied with, no deviation or re-routing is permitted w/out permission (its the equivalent of a flight plan).

as for the weight - its not a matter of being rated for it - it becomes a matter of being LICENSED for it and capable of controlling and stopping it.
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