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lol legally are you supposed to tow something that long just like that?? surprised you didnt need a spotter or something
yeah thats a longg ass load. I wouldnt want to pull that lolAs long as the signal pod is within 3 feet of the end of the pole it’s legal and we’ve never had an issue. I haul poles like this all the time and pretty much every other time I’m doing so some idiot pulls under the pole, it’s way too common an occurrence. I always paint the end of the pole orange, wrap caution tape around it so people can see and have a flag taped to the end. I’ll have a spotter (or be one) occasionally but this was a short trip and only 4 turns total.
For what it’s worth I strap down the pole so tight to the trailer that I could probably place the pole in the ground with the trailer attached and it wouldn’t move. The trailer tires will catch air going over bumps and railroad tracks and the pole doesn’t budge. But it does flex like a motherfucker.
yeah thats a longg ass load. I wouldnt want to pull that lol