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Old 03-19-2016, 09:01 PM   #31
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This was seen today in Lancaster PA, but not in the Wally World parking lot as you might expect; this was actually at Target. Maybe they were on the way to give the TT a decent burial.
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Old 03-19-2016, 09:47 PM   #32
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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?
Man, some of those were hilarious! I never saw so many bad welds, either. I haven't touched a stinger in over 40 years and I bet I still could do better.


My ex and I moved a 26' travel trailer we gutted and remodeled back when we were in college from TX to AZ back in '71 with a 1950 Plymouth station wagon and no equalizer hitch. the best we could do was 25 mph before the tail started wagging the dog.


I had to move a big shed after my divorce to my parents house. I rented a the only trailer I could find in town supposedly big enough to handle the shed without also renting a truck with a pintle hook. Or, rather, the rental place said it could handle it. My Daddy and I jacked up the shed on cinder blocks and railroad ties, backed the trailer under the shed, then lowered the shed onto the bed of the trailer. The shed bed went right down on top of the tires (mutter, mutter, mumble, mumble). We jacked it up again, cut some 4x4 blocks to go between the trailer frame and the springs, duct taped them placed, then let the shed back down again. We took our sweet time towing the shed and, thank God, had no trouble but I'm never doing that again (especially since I'm now too old for that "stuff").
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Old 03-21-2016, 02:59 PM   #33
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This was seen today in Lancaster PA, but not in the Wally World parking lot as you might expect; this was actually at Target. Maybe they were on the way to give the TT a decent burial.
That's awesome! At least the hearse probably has good payload numbers....
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Old 03-21-2016, 03:13 PM   #34
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This was seen today in Lancaster PA, but not in the Wally World parking lot as you might expect; this was actually at Target. Maybe they were on the way to give the TT a decent burial.




Maybe the bodies were in the RV so they could RIP
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Kind of the opposite end of the spectrum. I saw this today. I think he's ok pulling, but can he stop? lol

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Old 03-21-2016, 09:23 PM   #36
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Here's another one. Not really crazy, but still impressive:

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Think this may belong here...
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Wife wanted a fifth wheel

We saw this one in a Florida SP a few years back.
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Old 03-22-2016, 06:04 PM   #39
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Well, not my pics but a Google search found these:

Not sure what happened here:



This looks like a bit too much trailer for an F150: (Feel free to correct me if I am wrong)



When I saw this pic, I thought maybe the S10 Blazer was just supporting the fifth wheel:



Upon closer review:



Must go real fast downhill with a tail wind!

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This one's been posted elsewhere on the forum before, but I couldn't resist.

Someone needs to balance out their tongue weight!
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