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Re: hauling a hydra swing mower

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12-04-2012 09:24:27

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How many miles do you have to go? I'd be tempted to just hook it to the truck, pop the hubcaps and grease the bearings and check their pre load before leaving the dealer, take good tires to put on if it needs them and hit the road. As long as it's not on a trailer I wouldn't bother with permits either. We've towed implements hundreds of miles at highway speeds. You have the same bearings as any trailer does, all you need to watch is that you have good tires. An implement tire can take substantial speed if it's not loaded heavy.

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12-07-2012 06:51:31

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 Re: hauling a hydra swing mower in reply to cd1, 12-04-2012 09:24:27  
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Unless you enjoy drama and you have some kind of force field to keep someone from pulling out in front of you, get a permit. What reason is there not to?

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12-09-2012 09:32:37

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 Re: hauling a hydra swing mower in reply to showcrop, 12-07-2012 06:51:31  
I'd be more worried about the fact that Chicago is between most of Wisconsin and most of Indiana.

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