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    Trailer Aid Tandem Trailer Tire Changing Ramp. Hands down the easiest, quickest way to change a tire on a trailer.

    https://www.amazon.com/Trailer-Aid-l...s%2C181&sr=8-7
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  2. #12
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    Is this Shoebox’s boat? AWESOME boat!!!!


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    2021 Supra SA 400
    2018 Supra SA 400 (SOLD)
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    Quote Originally Posted by miahhough View Post
    That’s it!


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    Good for you. 450 with the newer transmission package, low hours, and well cared for boat. You will love the SL. Welcome!!
    2018 Supra SL400

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospersigman View Post
    Trailer Aid Tandem Trailer Tire Changing Ramp. Hands down the easiest, quickest way to change a tire on a trailer.

    https://www.amazon.com/Trailer-Aid-l...s%2C181&sr=8-7
    For sure. My buddy was laughing at me when I told him I hauled around a floor jack in my pickup. Then he showed me how this works on his car trailer. Pretty slick. I need to think of an idea like this so I can retire.
    2018 Supra SL400

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    Nice boat. It’s in Hayden, ID isn’t it? What route are you planning?
    2020 SA 450 Wife calls it White Cloud. Said it makes her feel "Classy"
    2017 Sanger V215sx. We call it Viagra because it's the little blue pill that gets everyone up (Sold)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2in2out View Post
    Nice boat. It’s in Hayden, ID isn’t it? What route are you planning?
    Probably I90. The quickest way out of Idaho is best. They are known for using gravel instead of sand on icy roads with the bridges coated with gravel. The interstate highways use sand.
    1998 Mobius
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    Looks like I 90 all the way to Sioux Fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospersigman View Post
    Trailer Aid Tandem Trailer Tire Changing Ramp. Hands down the easiest, quickest way to change a tire on a trailer.

    https://www.amazon.com/Trailer-Aid-l...s%2C181&sr=8-7
    I use this and would not travel without it. Only had to use it once but it was so easy.
    Scott
    2007 Mobius LSV with a lot of great upgrades and mods. Gone
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    Quote Originally Posted by miahhough View Post
    Looks like I 90 all the way to Sioux Fall.
    I was going to suggest heading south to 84 through Boise and getting your boat inspected at Prestige Watersports. They were informative, helpful, and nearly bent over backwards to help us during one of their busiest times. They could probably get you in an appointment window there. We would have been $1150 for combined inspections.

    I understand I90 though. Straightest shot and shortest time.
    2020 SA 450 Wife calls it White Cloud. Said it makes her feel "Classy"
    2017 Sanger V215sx. We call it Viagra because it's the little blue pill that gets everyone up (Sold)

  10. #20
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    Trying to decide if I should have the boat shrink wrapped for transport. I've had some say the shrink wrap could chaff the gel coat. I guess the factory cover could as well. Any suggestions on covering?

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