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Subject: Re: towing


Author:
Ernie Ekberg
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Date Posted: 01/ 18/ 05, 2:51pm
In reply to: michael 's message, "towing" on 01/ 17/ 05, 11:05am

Michael, I believe a 35 FC with the turbo can tow as much as 10,000 pounds. Go for it. Ernie

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Author:
Harvey Lawrence
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Date Posted: 03/ 29/ 05, 5:53pm

Aword to the wise!! NEVER launch a boat by backing it in with a motor home. It is areal good way to lose the whole works and see you coch sink beow the waves! Mount a ball on the front bumper and drop the trailer & Boat, turn around and hook it on the front and drive it down the ramp. This keeps the dual and the better tracion high on the boat ramp where it is less slippery.
harv

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