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    Independent Shipper

    My wife and I are vacationing near KY visiting her family. While getting here I stopped for fuel and met a guy pulling a TT. He was surprised my 3210 was so light so we talked abit about my truck and trailer. Well to make a long story short he delivers all types of trailers. Well after getting back on the road I told my wife that is something I could do since I am semi retired.



    so my question is, how to you become an independent shipper?

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    Re: Independent Shipper

    This may give you an idea.... http://www.horizontransport.com/index.asp
    Jim & Sheila Gratz - owners club #1018 Workamping as Sales Associate with SE Publications Certified RV Walk-through Technician [/I] 2013 Landmark San Antonio - full body paint - Fulltimer pkg, Yetti pkg etc., Mor-Ryde IS with never lube bearings and disc brakes. --previous 5er - 2007 "Classic" Landmark "Golden Gate" Replaced 9/20/13 2012 Ford F350 King Ranch Crew Cab fx4 dually, 6.7 L Husky Trailer Saver TS2 hitch "visit TEXAS - it's like a whole 'nuther country" Rally Site 414

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