Time to pack up and head home. Who needs a trailer to pull behind when you can simply put the trailer in the back of your truck!
Makes you kinda think on how the boat got up there.
I think they got that idea from watching The Red Green Show.
I’m surprised no one has noticed the custom added dually tires and custom fender flares to cover them lol…. That appears to be a little Toyota pickup, pretty sure they don’t come with dually’s
No, they don’t. I wonder how far they got before getting pulled over. That certainly ain’t safe.
That’s brilliant!! You go on holiday in Florida with your motorhome and your boat. While the boat’s docked up, you want to go somewhere for dinner, jump in the ‘Yota for a night on the town!! I LOVE THIS!! There’s nothing back there under that truck to hurt, nothing to worry about getting wet, it’s a 4 wheel drive, a little salt water under there when you put the boat in. I love this idea!
As far as getting stopped by the “Rozzers” I think they wouldn’t mess with that too much, being it has dually tires, I’m sure there are extra leafs in the springs in back. Looks plenty safe to me! WHITE TRASH NATION!! WOOT!!!
No, they do make a Toyota dually in that size..I’ve just never seen it in a pickup configuration. How did the boat get up there? You don’t suppose they backed the truck half way under water?
They did make duallys at one time but it was just the cap and chassis, someone modified it into a pickup.
They did make duallys at one time but it was just the cab and chassis, someone modified it into a pickup.
Looks like there is also a 4 wheeler under that boat too , clever however i wonder how they got the boat on there probly sunk the Yota half way in there .. man nice bath ..
Still is definitely custom on the duallys, you can tell by the fender flares… they either took the back axle, etc, off another truck, or custom fabricated it.
Hard to tell from the pic but it looks more like one of those dually adapter kits sold by JC Whitney and a pair of trailer fenders. I say this because they don’t look to me like dually type wheels, just dual regular wheels… but I could be wrong.
This doesn’t necessarily add any payload capacity (even with extra leafs) in the eyes of the law… even if it does in reality. You’d still be limited by the rear axle capacity with this method. While a boat and trailer really aren’t that heavy, a Toyota of this vintage really has a pussy payload capacity from the factory so who knows, there could be a big ticket in this guy’s future… or past, this pic isn’t the newest anymore! LOL
No one has noticed the ute/boat appears to be towed by the bus??
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