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By David0408
#2311025
Hey guys,
I’m thinking about buying two of these boats. Anyone know if I can transport them both in my 6”4’ b
Truck bed? Maybe on there sides. Is it save to load them on their sides?
Thanks!


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By Neumie
#2311148
Get a bed extender and you're all set. I would probably stack them on top of each other with some pool noodles in between when transporting.
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By Ron Mc
#2311151
here's 4 boats on a bed extender, using foam pads between the boats

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(parked at an Aransas Pass suite with room for two dads and three daughters)
By David0408
#2311467
Ron Mc wrote:here's 4 boats on a bed extender, using foam pads between the boats

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(parked at an Aransas Pass suite with room for two dads and three daughters)

LOL That’s awesome! I’ve decided to build a Harbor Freight kayak trailer. Thanks guys!


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By Ron Mc
#2311484
My buddy who has a Malone trailer uses it only when he needs to haul that many boats.

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He much prefers hauling boats on his truck without hauling the trailer.

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By SWFinatic
#2311491
I've had a trailer and for freshwater fishing where I can launch at a ramp it's fine but for fishing the saltwater back lakes it wasn't the best option for me. I made a bed extender that is about the same height as the bed of my truck. This way I still have the bed to put our gear in. The system works best for me.
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