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post #31 of 33 (permalink) Old 07-30-2009, 01:00 AM
 
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no 44s here but i have always wanted to do a 6" lift on top of my 3" bl not sure if i will be able to do that now
You can always move to Ontario

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post #32 of 33 (permalink) Old 07-31-2009, 04:06 AM
 
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lol thats where im at now... but im plated for alberta. came down for school. be back there in a couple months.

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glad i'll be moving this time next year...lots of BS..

Restricted Letter of Authorization: Raised vehicles that meet inspection requirements
and that are equipped with tires that have a loaded rolling tire diameter of greater than
875 millimetres (35 inches) will be issued a Restricted Letter of Authorization (click
here for a sample). The letter will allow them to operate on Saskatchewan highways
with the following conditions:
− the vehicle is prohibited from towing a trailer and load exceeding 4,560 kilograms
(10,000 pounds)
− the vehicle is limited to a maximum speed of 80 km/h when operated on a highway
with a posted speed limit of less than 110 km/h
− the vehicle is limited to a maximum speed of 90 km/h when operated on a highway
with a posted speed limit of 110 km/h
− the operator of the must hold a Class 5 or higher driver’s licence without a Novice 1
or Novice 2 restriction


Anything bigger then a 35 and you have towing and speed restrictions? BS!
here in ontario if ur truck and trailer is over 4500kg you have to get a sticker from the mto and get a yearly inspection on ur truck and the plate sticker and tag costs u $300 a year... my half ton is 6931 lbs and i toe a car trailer that is 1050 lbs with a 3500 lb f150 on it...ya its only a half ton but it puts some 3/4tons to shame...lol

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