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Multiple Waves on one trailer #277716
02/25/15 09:56 AM
02/25/15 09:56 AM
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David Parker Offline OP
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I need to move 2 or maybe 3 Waves from Florida to South Jersey on one trailer. Do they stack easily?
With 3 would you recommend disassembling them and stacking them like cordwood (lengthwise) on a flatbed?
If I stacked them 3 high assembled would the bottom one support the weight of the two on top?

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Re: Multiple Waves on one trailer [Re: David Parker] #277729
02/26/15 12:56 AM
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Rick White would turn the bottom boat upside down then the next one with one hull inside and the other outside. The third go's on top but I don't remember which way it lays. The less wind on it the better.

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Re: Multiple Waves on one trailer [Re: jackbr549] #277737
02/26/15 09:13 PM
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This sounds good. Since the Wave is only 7 feet wide, overlapping inverted hulls would only be 8 feet wide and I can use a standard cat trailer skeleton to build a Rick White flatbed. If I split the masts I could build a rack to hold the 6 pieces in the hole between the bottom nested boats and the whole rig would be quite short and low. The weight of 3 boats would be about 750 pounds so I'll have to think about spring capacity and use large wheels and tires. This could work.


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