Anyone comin' North with a trailer hitch?

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Anyone comin' North with a trailer hitch?

Postby NYCSAILOR » Wed Feb 10, 2010 6:48 am

Good News: Well I finally bought a trailer!
Bad News: It is in Georgia....( right on Fla border right off I-95

Curious if anyone responsible and careful might be headed north from there to the NE ( wash DC, NJ, NYC etc.) with a tow vehicle...

Anyone need to move a Chrysler 26 north ( tandem trailer is set-up for a fixed keel with pads)?

I thought I would put this out there here first before I decide whether to hire a pro or go down and fetch it myself ( UGH!)

Anyone care to estimate how long it would take me to get down there ( never drove to Fl before... I have in-laws in Miami I could visit with but I think that is still pretty much farther south.... might fly down and rent a one-way tow vehicle to drive back ... figuring out the most economical way to do this and still preserve my "savings" on the purchase of the trailer.
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Postby CaptainScott » Wed Feb 10, 2010 7:18 am

Congratulations on the find!!!
A trailer can be worth its weight in gold at times! LOL!

Unfortuantely I live in Washington State! Guess I'm not much help!


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Postby lecker68 » Wed Feb 10, 2010 7:35 am

Probably take you 16 - 18 hours. St. Mary's or Kingsland GA.
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