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Old 04-16-2019, 09:36 PM   #1
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I wonder how much weight a 34 foot trawler is. An estimation. Anyone ever tow one on a truck before?
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Mainship Mk1 15-1800lb.
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????????? thousands?
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Probably 18 to 20K pounds loaded
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????????? thousands?
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I wonder how much weight a 34 foot trawler is. An estimation. Anyone ever tow one on a truck before?
A big issue is height, and to a certain extent beam (width) is likely an issue too. At the least, permits, maybe a chase care, possibly dismantling and remantling (?) afterwards.

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Remantling What you do after you have dismantled your fireplace...

I would guess, probably not more than 20K pounds. Unless you are just going a very short way, I'm thinking this job is worth paying the pros to do.
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