Flipped my boat trailer!

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Willie Rip
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Flipped my boat trailer!

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Man, it can get dangerous out there fast

Aknative
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Re: Flipped my boat trailer!

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Glad you're okay man.
Rumors of my assimilation have been greatly exaggerated.

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PJB
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Re: Flipped my boat trailer!

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Aknative wrote:Glad you're okay man.
X2 :thumbsup:

Willie Rip
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Re: Flipped my boat trailer!

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Yeah, I'm happy things turned out well.

C David
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Re: Flipped my boat trailer!

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...man, don't go doin' that again...that's not good...your boat's okay? ...did it just roll or fully flip? ...what happened there?

...saddest thing i ever saw were three OLD guys who flipped a new bass boat next to the dock at a boat launch on a reservoir in west kansas...how you gonna get that upright with a 125 hp engine anchoring that buggy in four feet of water?...longest faces i ever saw

your words of wisdom: 'fishing in dangerous' ...yes it is, and i imagine that's why most of us do it :rockon:

100% on your vids

(i use a F250 running gear for my trailer and it is very heavy and very stable)
Tracker 1542, 390 Stage 1 Honda/medium kit, F250 homebuilt trailer

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