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Old 03-14-2016, 01:05 PM   #11
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Well, not my pics but a Google search found these:

Not sure what happened here:





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Truck fell over.
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Old 03-14-2016, 01:55 PM   #12
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Places where there's heavy winds and higher speed limits you will see it often. Last year on my travels on highway 3 in Alberta Canada, I have seen 3 incidents during the summer. Two over 30 ft. and a 25 ft. 5er. I am sure in Texas with higher speed limit they will see those incidents too. There are some though guys...Yeah what is the rush? Going 65 mph down the road is fast enough and you can enjoy the scenery too, even if it is sometimes boring.
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At another forum I belong to, we have a thread just for this subject.


Warning, the folks there are a bit more boisterous than the people here.


Trailer fail pics


There is a cussing filer in place, but it seems like there is a challenge to get stuff past the radar. Enjoy?
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Truck fell over.
By golly, I think you're right!
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Last year, just south of Duluth MN, on I35, on the side of the road was a very large boat, cabin cruise with a fly bridge, probably about as big as you can tow down the road. I think it was a triple axle maybe a quad axle. The tow vehicle had his hood up. It was a tiny little suv, maybe a KIA or a Toyota, maybe a Rav4 or smaller.

Wish I could have gone back for a photo.
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You gotta love the pic of the ball welded onto the trunk lid of the Chevy sedan. Who needs a truck?!? ��
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Obviously she was pushing the trailer in reverse and turned the wheel in the wrong direction for the exit.

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wish I had a pic on my phone of my current setup, a slightly lifted 2000 toyota 4runner Sr5 that pulls a 26ft TT hill climbing is the only issue and for obvious reason am looking for a bigger tow rig or seasonal site
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