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Old 09-12-2018, 08:43 PM
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That could be issue for sure. What brand is that. Never seen one quite like it with the double horizontal sides.
Loading on side may work. Pull the wheel off. Lots of ratchet straps. Maybe some 2x4s cut appropriately to keep the top ends at proper width since they will be horizontal vs vertical.
As always, take pics and post up!
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Old 09-12-2018, 08:50 PM
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That could be issue for sure. What brand is that. Never seen one quite like it with the double horizontal sides.
Loading on side may work. Pull the wheel off. Lots of ratchet straps. Maybe some 2x4s cut appropriately to keep the top ends at proper width since they will be horizontal vs vertical.
As always, take pics and post up!


Not sure what brand it is. Itís not at the sellers house so Iím waiting on the rest of dimensions and brand. Itís a little over 2 hrs away so if I buy it I only want to make 1 trip


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Old 09-19-2018, 12:23 PM
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I used a uhaul car transport when I bought my lift. 120" wide with wheel and motor hanging off the side. I was probably close to 12' wide but I just stayed in the right lane on the highway and didn't have any trouble. Full disclosure, I didn't see any cops on my 60 mile journey so I may be considered lucky. As far as the trailer went, Works perfect. Nice and low. Wheel wells will fit inside lift frame.
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Old 09-20-2018, 03:06 AM
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I bought a used lift last year. It was completly disassembled, and I build it up as if brand new.
Fully disassembled it was very easy to ship. It was 2 states and 600 miles away.
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