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maynard

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DrEntropy

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I would have used JB Weld. That way you can smooth it out and avoid the rough spot.
 

LarryK

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Old world engineering.
 
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maynard

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Dang, that is messed up - 2" ball when he should be using a 2-5/16"
 

DrEntropy

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Naaah. Only goin' a mile away, what could go wrong!
 

LarryK

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Reminds me of my neighbor, no plates on truck or trailer, always has things tied down, pile of dead cars and trucks. Cops never catch.
 

DrEntropy

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Amazing what some folks get away with. I couldn't go a city block with no tag, I guarantee. :confused:
 

LarryK

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Doc it wouldn't be so bad but he has a boat for two years, not registered in state with out of state registration and the trailer again has no plates. Supposed to be registered in 30 days. 4 vehicles in driveway, two dead, three expired plates, 4th expires in 5 days. Somehow they must suck up to our cops. I figure no insurance either.
 

DrEntropy

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Just a trailer without a current tag here would have "Code Enforcement " up his nose.
 

PAUL161

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Utility trailers here don't need tags regardless of their size, camping trailers/boat trailers do, no matter how small. Farmers pull 45-foot round hay bale trailers and need no tags. If you use it for work no tags, if you use it for pleasure they nail ya! :rolleyes2:
 

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Here we have "FARM USE" registered vehicles that have many restrictions
on their use.You see a lot of them,including shiny 4WD trucks that look like
they've never been off -roaded.
I recently read where they're clamping down on vehicles registered that way.
 
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