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Tranporting an 8x8 permanent?

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I have an 8x8 permanent house located on a small lake by Mille Lacs that is sitting in a couple feet of snow. There are no plowed roads to my fish-house due to the fact there is no public access and no one drives on this lake.
I would like to put the house on a trailer and bring it to my cabin on lake Osakis.
My question is what kind of trailer do I need
to transport it being it is 8x8'?
Also does anybody offer any service for this to be done?

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Finlander, Legal maximum width on Minnesota roads (without a special permit) is 102". If you can get ahold of a trailer that will accomodate an 8' wide house, you're good to go.

NOBODY ever died, wishing they had fished....LESS!!

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