I’ve had the question over and over about how I get the big boats to the shop, so thought I’d video the process so you can see!
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Another great video. Thanks for taking to time to share your expertise.
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Very helpful however I have a 1967 33ft Chris Craft Cavalier I would like to move it to my home when it needs repairs. My question it would you use the same type of equipment/hauler? I have watched all your videos and you are very helpful keep up the good work. I always look forward to the next video also thinking on taking a vacation up north but when it gets warmer would love to see your facility.
Hi Jeffrey! Yes, this type of trailer would also work with power boats (regardless if they have a cradle or not). That’s the beauty of Con-o-lift trailers 😉 Very versatile!
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