Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by sled_dog, Jan 31, 2005.
I wonder how many coon hounds lounging under the porch were killed? I hope the jukebox in the living room didn't get hit by the keg/coffee table that got loose and was rolling around.....
Holy crap thats hella funny I about fell out of my chair
Wow Guess she should have got a dubble wide, those are much harder to steal
when you use a trailer as a home you are suppossed to level it, block it, and remove the wheels. You can leave the wheels on but seriouslly if it were blocked and all stealing it wouldn't have been an excessively easy task
I live in a trailer house. We've had it moved twice. Yes, the are jacked up, leveled, blocked, wheels are removed, not too mention all hook ups like sewer, water, gas, electric, cable, phone, ...ect. I'm sorry but a pick up isn't going too pull a trailer house, it takes a big rig designed for moving mobile homes. Like I said, we've had our mobile moved twice, and I've watched mobiles being moved in and out of trailer parks. This is not something just anybody could do.
Several people had to work like a dog to pull that stunt off. As for a pickup moving a house trailer, I've move two of them with a one ton truck, it ain't easy but not impossible.
http://www.missouritrailertrash.com/ , page 2
If the single axle half ass tow rigs I see pulling mobile homes around here can move one, a pickup sure could.
A buddy of mine in the business tells me that a decent Texas repo group can have one ready and on the road in about an hour and a half tops unless there is a significant problem. They will, on occaision, take the whole thing and return the contents. Same thing with cars, boats, palnes and anything else they can move.
How low down in the gene pool do you have to be to steal someone's home. Good grief.
thay didnt say if thay had paid there bills or not. mabey it was repoed.
Seen 2 mobile homes (a 12'x60' and a 12'x66') moved by a 1982 F-350 4x4 dually with a 460. Granted, the truck was in 4Low and the move wasn't far, but it can be done. The truck's owner was also the owner of the mobile home park where I lived at the time, so him and his sons were pretty competent.
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