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  • #1579
    Anonymous
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    (– by Moddz #7343 –)

    I'm looking for a loading dock or train loading ramp somewhere near CampNL. I am using a large flatbed truck to bring my rig to this event and hopefully many more in this area. The only problem I have is the deck is 4' off the ground. Does anyone know of anything like this were I can unload? Maybe someone is bringing their rig on a large flatbed tow truck that can be used to transfer onto.

    #3297
    Anonymous
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    (– by Drizit #6240 –)

    a steep hill may be your best bet.  That's a tall order for that area.

    #3298
    Anonymous
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    (– by Moddz #7343 –)

    I'm going to have to start calling local business in Minden.

    #3299
    Anonymous
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    (– by C.C. #5334 –)

    By flatbed, do you mean transport truck?

    #3300
    Anonymous
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    (– by Moddz #7343 –)

    Almost the same but a flatbed straight truck. Basically loading dock height.

    #3301
    Anonymous
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    (– by Morpheus #5630 –)

    Can't fab up a set of removable ramps for the back of the rig to back off of?

    #3302
    Anonymous
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    (– by C.C. #5334 –)

    Almost the same but a flatbed straight truck. Basically loading dock height.

    That may be a little large for NL. You may want to clear it with the NL director.

    #3303
    Anonymous
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    (– by Moddz #7343 –)

    Almost the same but a flatbed straight truck. Basically loading dock height.

    That may be a little large for NL. You may want to clear it with the NL director.

    Wow are you saying there might be a size limit for tow rigs? 

    #3304
    Anonymous
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    (– by Moddz #7343 –)

    Can't fab up a set of removable ramps for the back of the rig to back off of?

    We are looking at that option also. We might be using this hauler with a float to bring two rigs to the Ardbeg run next weekend. So we might make some ramps to drive one rig from float to deck so it might be possible to use these for both loading from ground and from float. We will see what this week brings.

    #3305
    Anonymous
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    (– by Bad Karma #5647 –)

    Almost the same but a flatbed straight truck. Basically loading dock height.

    That may be a little large for NL. You may want to clear it with the NL director.

    Wow are you saying there might be a size limit for tow rigs?

    The event is held in a campground.  There isn't unlimited space there. 

    #3306
    Anonymous
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    (– by C.C. #5334 –)

    Almost the same but a flatbed straight truck. Basically loading dock height.

    That may be a little large for NL. You may want to clear it with the NL director.

    Wow are you saying there might be a size limit for tow rigs?

    Nothing too shocking mate no need for a WoW. It's a campground. There isn't unlimited space. It's all I'm saying. Stowing a 48' tow rig could be a challenge.

    #3307
    Anonymous
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    (– by Colin #5654 –)

    I'm looking for a loading dock or train loading ramp somewhere near CampNL. I am using a large flatbed truck to bring my rig to this event and hopefully many more in this area. The only problem I have is the deck is 4' off the ground. Does anyone know of anything like this were I can unload? Maybe someone is bringing their rig on a large flatbed tow truck that can be used to transfer onto.

    Why wouldn't you just drive off the trailer? Your rig is supposed to be huge and very well built, just giver!

    #3308
    Anonymous
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    (– by Moddz #7343 –)

    I'm looking for a loading dock or train loading ramp somewhere near CampNL. I am using a large flatbed truck to bring my rig to this event and hopefully many more in this area. The only problem I have is the deck is 4' off the ground. Does anyone know of anything like this were I can unload? Maybe someone is bringing their rig on a large flatbed tow truck that can be used to transfer onto.

    Why wouldn't you just drive off the trailer? Your rig is supposed to be huge and very well built, just giver!

    Supposed to be?
    I'm not sure what this implies but this is going nowhere. I'll figure something out.

    #3309
    Anonymous
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    (– by Colin #5654 –)

    Just Build some Ramps!

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