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Old 05-03-2007, 11:50 PM
rviglierchio rviglierchio is offline
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Was that Bryan Hennessey in Anacortes? He built my plane 762BH.
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Old 05-04-2007, 08:07 PM
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kumaros, you trailered that thing with a TWINGO in front ? did it go down hill all the way ???

my girl has had one of these ... uhm twingo's ...
i aint as heavy as a cozy III, but mountains sure make it hard for the itty engine

wow, and you drove from france to greece ... nice trip
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Old 05-06-2007, 01:57 PM
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Was that Bryan Hennessey in Anacortes? He built my plane 762BH.
No,It was Dale Hadley
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Old 05-06-2007, 07:36 PM
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None permitted limits (safe and legal) in the US on the interstate system in ALL 50 states.
102" wide x 13'6" high x 48' long trailer
(a few state allow up to 53' or 60' long trailer and 14' high without permit)

Overhang of 3' or more to the rear require flags
Commercially hauled wide loads require a permit for each state and a planned route.
A truckers bible will give you overpass height in most states. Some states will not allow overpass height information to be published and will provide the approved routing for a commercial hauler only when requesting a permit.

You can only haul an over sized load dawn to dusk so if you skip permitting the load or are hauling it yourself DO NOT get caught on the road over size after dark. The DOT can confiscate the cargo and have been known to ship the item out of state by rail at your expense.

If you operate on secondary roads near the height limit on a low trailer:
be careful not to hang the trailer on a high center crest such as a railroad track or driveway.

If you have a pole the height of the load mounted on the front left bumper you can usually clear an overpass with your load if the pole clears it.

I don't think you will be that tall so it is doubtful the height information will be needed but remember on secondary roads there are still some very low overpasses (trains) that can wipe you out.
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Old 05-18-2007, 08:50 PM
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Was that Bryan Hennessey in Anacortes? He built my plane 762BH.
Do you have a number for Bryan if he is still in Anacortes? CK
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