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Old 06-10-2009, 04:17 PM   #1
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I need to tow a jetski just for Saturday. Anyone have a truck/vehicle with a hitch I can borrow/rent? Anyone need any extra cash, or trust me borrowing it for a day? You will be compensated. Let a fellow MH'er know.
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Old 06-10-2009, 04:21 PM   #2
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my little civic can pull that but moms in town so she gets dibs... besides i doubt you'd want to be seen in a rice i mean race car civic pulling a jet ski ha ha
I would tow it on a prius bro! I don't care, just want to get there!
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Old 06-10-2009, 08:52 PM   #4
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hows he going to tow a jetski on that? lol
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Old 06-11-2009, 10:10 AM   #6
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It could work. Wanna bet??
Yeah I would like to see that

I got a truck yesterday. Thanks for the feedback though!
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You can rent a sport trailer from U-Haul for about $20 a day. A car can pull it too. Here's a pic of the sport trailer.
From what I read, he would still need a hitch put on his car.

Uhaul can also put on hitches, but usually cost around 300 or so with everything. I paid $305 for the hitch to be put on my Jetta.
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From what I read, he would still need a hitch put on his car.

Uhaul can also put on hitches, but usually cost around 300 or so with everything. I paid $305 for the hitch to be put on my Jetta.
True. They quoted me 147.00 without the bar/ball. That's like and extra 30.00. The only problem is, you cannot return them
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If it is something you might do often, it could be a good investment to get one installed.

I pull my bike to a track day around 2-3 times per month, so I went and had a hitch installed. It beat the out of renting a truck each time, or trying to catch a ride with someone.
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If it is something you might do often, it could be a good investment to get one installed.

I pull my bike to a track day around 2-3 times per month, so I went and had a hitch installed. It beat the out of renting a truck each time, or trying to catch a ride with someone.
If I wasn't getting rid of the car pretty soon, I would definitely put one on. They are relatively cheap as usefull as they are.
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i install hitches for a living let me know if u ever want one


and i think motormouth is a little confused lol
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