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He has a travel trailer tag, still mounted on the travel trailer. And in Texas that type of registration would be legal...but need to be for the flatbed and something just tells me it isn't :)

But leaving it mounted where it is, while technically illegal, will keep him from tearing it off since the the flatbed is made with a very low mounted bracket.

 

As for his load, I have no idea. I am in south Texas and we don't have many rocks to climb. Maybe a mud truck :D

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That thing is going to be the Gol-darndest pipeliner rig you boys ever saw justs soon as he can get the truck smoker mounted up. Work 28 hours a day for a month & take the rest of the year off. Ol' boy probably weld up the crack of dawn when he's all rigged out.

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I think it was in '06, we were looking for a toy hauler and we found below which was essentially a pop up trailer, on a flat bed, that would hold 4 quads or act as a patio for the camper. No sewer system so to speak. It had a really heavy tongue weight I think.. We were running the MX circuit at that time and it would have made a nice clean spot to work on the bikes but just too heavy .. too much for the my RAM with had only a 318 in her....

 

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