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Is that setup even legal? If I saw that rig coming down the road I would both be impressed and scared at the same time. If you do actually tow that, I'd love to hear the story of how it went.

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I imagine that it would have to be for short hauls only.  Trying to get that combination into or out of anything but a truck stop would have to be a nightmare.  There is no way to back it up without disconnecting the boat trailer.

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It is "sort" of legal and actually tows extremely well.  Lots of people recreational double tow.  Most states have length limits.  I am a few feet over in MI but usually only do this once a year to a site that is 35 miles away.  The third trailer follows exactly in the tire path of the 5th wheel.

 

Now, some states allow you to double tow behind a travel trailer.  That is something I would never want to do because of the sway factor.

 

-Eli

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On 8/18/2021 at 8:50 AM, Tjeli said:

It is "sort" of legal and actually tows extremely well.  Lots of people recreational double tow.  Most states have length limits.  I am a few feet over in MI but usually only do this once a year to a site that is 35 miles away.  The third trailer follows exactly in the tire path of the 5th wheel.

 

Now, some states allow you to double tow behind a travel trailer.  That is something I would never want to do because of the sway factor.

 

-Eli

Going forward has to be an impressive site, but backing them both up, putting the boat in the water would justify a "parade in your honor" the next day😬

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