OT - towing
It seems that U-Haul is getting rid of a bunch of their car dollies. After checking prices for a used U-Haul dolly, other used dollies, or new dollies, I found a good price on a U-Haul dolly. The price ended up being $650 which isn't bad since I couldn't find any other used ones any cheaper and the new ones range from $1400-1800.
Now getting to the trail will be much easier (and more comfortable in an air conditioned truck) and I don't have to worry about the trip home if I break something.
1986 Suzuki Samurai soft-top
1999 Toyota Tacoma
Re: OT - towing
Thats cool, nice commercial quality rig you've got there. A freind of mine got a 16' tandam axle trailer for 800.. hehehhehe, we went up state to pick up my f-100 with 40" super swampers on it. 5000 lbs behind a station waggon! ahhahahah that was real fun. 6 hours to go 200 miles!
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