First of all need to know if it is a hydraswing if it is just like said side load it and remove toungue It will only be about 6inches over that way. IL farm equipment with a wheel base as from draw pin to wheels does not need a permit just go. I do this all the time LEGALLY IN will need a permit. WI if you stay OFF the INTERSTATE you don't need a permit if farm equipment, not over 10ft wide per the WI DOT permit office. I checked. The gal confirmed what I had been told before that. So if you bother to get the IN permit it will cost you about $35.00 Will need signs for both front and back with flags for the corners and widest part of the load. Run out to I-39 and go north no Chicago that way. If you take IN highway 10 to IL over to I-57 there is no scale. Turns into hwy 17 in IL goes right to hwy 47 and north to I-80 no scales either. now your in WI with no scales. There is a scale on US-24 on Il side of IN-IL line.
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