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Old 10-21-2017, 05:51 PM
roadster02 roadster02 is offline
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Before leaving, Inspect the tires for problems or damage, have a spare tire or two to take on the journey, check tire pressures before leaving, pack and inspect wheel bearings, and then just go for it. Whenever you stop put your hand on trailer wheel hubs to see if they are more than warm, check out tires for any problems, and enjoy the ride. Trailers are meant to be used on the road, what's the problem? I have taken many boats across several states, with never a glitch, provided I did the aforementioned checks.
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I had a very positive experience with U-ship as well. My X2 was hauled from Massachusetts to Michigan without issue. Driver said he got caught in a severe downpour and pulled into a covered gas station to protect the boat. Very conscientious.
i second this, we had our xstar hauled from Georgia to Washington, payed the guy with great review a bit more, got it to us without issue,
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