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Old 06-05-2013, 10:43 PM   #1
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Tacoma & Jon Boat ?????

I have an acess cab with a six ft box, i'm thinking of a 12 ft jon boat. will i fit? Has anyone ever hauled one. I have a fiberglass cap so it might be tough to tie down but i'll figure out something?

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Old 06-10-2013, 09:42 AM   #2
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I haul a 10' x 42" fibreglass trihull in the bed of mine. I wouldn't think twice about trying a 12'.

Strap across the rail at the front of the box to hold it down, rachet strap to the trailer hitch, good to go.
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i also have a 6ft bed but a foot is gone with the toolbox and hauled a 10ft boat back there for a few years. i wouldnt recommend goin past that without some sort of support but i have seen crazier stuff done. dont be shy with the straps and remember a red flag off the back
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I gave up on the idea of an aluminum boat. The Jon boat was only rated for 335 lbs. I have a 12 ft Zodiak inflatable on the way, capacity 1300 lbs
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