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adam911

whos in Tennessee with a trailer trying to make $400 moving my boat about 50 miles?

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adam911

Hey guys anyone in chatanooga / knoxville area ? i need my boat moved from madisonville to knoxville ? ill pay $400 it will take you roughly 3-4 hrs since the boat is up on blocks and you will need to bring winch / straps / jacks let me know i need to get this done by monday preferably let me know 

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Steve B.

May have scared 'em off with the winch, straps, jacks disclaimer :footing:

Steve B.

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tbullard

Bet that's going to be one of those this won't be hard jobs ..... 8hrs later that was harder than I thought.

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Eagleboy99

Uhhh... use a trailer?

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tbullard
Posted (edited)

Now that I realize this is the destroyed boat in the "Is this Hull worth anything ? 2007 247 LSV" why don't you just have a roll back truck come winch it on the truck and dump it at your location. Should be an easy job.

Edited by tbullard

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oldjeep

Might be worth posting a picture of the boat that could not be moved on a conventional boat trailer - due to the front end being ripped out.  You would have to load that thing a** first onto a flatbed and tarp and strap the heck out of it to try to minimize the wind tearing the top cap the rest of the way off the boat.

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Eagleboy99

^^^  This.  Or a 5 gallon jerry can of gas.  ;)

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Eagleboy99

I've moved a lot of strange shaped stuff with  a flat deck tow truck .  I mean, it is not like you will scratch the hull or anything...  

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carguy79ta

Yeah,I just looked at that other thread. Rollback truck drag that raspy hull on there and strap it down. In stl area, could prolly get it done for 200 ..to  250

 

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23LSVOwner
Posted (edited)

You could try calling Moses watersports in Knoxville. They may be able to help out.

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shiftman

Have you contacted anyone at Madisonville Marine? They may be of help.

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