Well, I might be out and about tomorrow. Are you going to be around? The other thread did not work for me!
Here is the correct link...The other thread did not work for me!....
Vote cast. Bevin I need to ask you a question. Sorry for the hijack but you are the AZ DMV guru.
I got it but not until after they made me sweat it out. "So let me get this straight...Your assuming that the 1991 EZ Loader Trailer under the 1991 boat with the 1991 outboard actually came from the same place? And since the Oregon title is on the boat and Oregon does not issue trailer titles...." I said to myself shut up and smile. Next they got the books out and made all sorts of interpertations on the intent of the Oregon law. When they read parts I liked I said yes. When they insinuated that it was meant for tiny trailers like a Tiny cement mixer I said no. It boiled down to weight. "Well how much does the boat weigh?" I said 537 lbs. " how much does the engine weigh?" 167 " How much does the empty trailer weigh?" 500 "How much does your tackle and beer cooler weigh?" I don't drink. "How much does your water and drinks, then gas then life jackets ect. They added it up and gave me a title and tag. Good greif! How much does my beer cooler weigh? Fitz made a video of my exact experiance but after reading your posts on the DMV experiance and your advise I lived. Thanks.I would suggest trying to get a copy of the MCO from the manufacturer. Other than that it is stamp the number into the chassis and take it for an inspection. Worst that will happen is you may need to do a bonded title.
Unistrut is still going fine. No sign of rust and we actually have had some rain this year.
The jack is a high quality Chinese knockoff. Those wheels should last at least 600 feet.
If you can I would suggest getting the stick on mounting for your panels. It would save about 2" of height and with a well bonded sikaflex will be as strong or stronger than tapped and threaded mounts for unistrut (unless you are going to use the racks for something else.