I saw this on I-90 heading into New England. The Triton Trailer
website has a banner that says "Built For Adventure". Considering
that the pickup was doing 70-75 MPH, I'd have to say that they
practice what they preach.
On 12/28/2015 05:08 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
That's pretty tame. In Montana they would have welded a ball on the
first trailer and towed the second.
I don't think I've ever personally seen it but I'm sure some good old
boy figured he could hook the ATV trailer to the boat and have all the
necessary toys for his adventure. The state just raised the speed on I90
to 80, so they'd better be able to keep up :)
What can I say? That was just a photo I found. There's a lot more
creativity sometimes but the rigs don't get photographed unless they
wind up on youtube after a spectacular fail :)
The tow vehicles can be interesting too. They aren't good for fifth
wheels but those old Chryslers can haul an amazing collection of junk
into the woods.
There are RV manufacturing place ~150 miles South of here. They always
bring trailers, truck campers, 5th wheels carried or towed like that
always delivering to dealer lots in the city. I used to tow 30 foot
fifth wheel and small fishing boat with outboard motor with single axle
trailer with my Super cap towing special HD 3/4 ton. Not that difficult.
Some times I miss the rig. Now I am stuck with fixed location, the all
On Tuesday, December 29, 2015 at 1:42:12 PM UTC-5, bob_villain wrote:
What I find most interesting about that picture is the bystanders. Some
have their hands on their hips, others have their arms crossed, etc.
Meanwhile, there's a driver supporting himself in the cab of the truck.
I know you can't really tell how the bystanders are feeling from the
picture, but they all seem to be just a little too nonchalant considering
that the driver's life is hanging by the hitch.
Only the guy in the hardhat seems to be doing anything about the situation.
I somehow think that we should be seeing a little more "activity" from the
others, even if it's just somebody running around like their hair is on
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