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Old 09-05-2014, 15:11   #16
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Re: Trailering a trimaran in the US

Originally Posted by Phantoms View Post
It's a thought, but can you make a trailer that angles the F33 to keep the actual width across down to the towing limit? I know I've seen Cats hauled this way in the past.
You might depending on how tall the boat is when on the trailer, and where it carries the width. There are a lot of boats that are designed to fit into canting trailers to get around width restrictions, but for a big boat like this you would need a custom hydraulic trailer which would probably cost a good bit more than just getting the permits.


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