New Pontoons heading Somewhere

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Came up on the back of  this sight on I 95 around Aberdeen Md. today. Sure looks like a incomplete Benny with an extra single toon strapped down on top for the ride. The truck pulling the trailer had a transport company name from Indiana on the door. Sure looked like twin elips with stakes. Anyone waiting for parts?

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I hope that toon is on it's way to AZ.
 

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A Bennie with ESP would have the elipitical tube in the middle and the round tubes on the outside.


A twin elipitical boat would NOT have a center tube. I don't think it's a Bennington.


I suppose it's possible that the center tube is loose and just along for the ride, as is the one on top.
 
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Plus, there are a ton of transport companies in Indiana. Between pontoon boats and campers, there's plenty of work for all.


I'm still leaning towards "not a Bennie."
 

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Plus, there are a ton of transport companies in Indiana. Between pontoon boats and campers, there's plenty of work for all.


I'm still leaning towards "not a Bennie."
Who else makes elliptical tubes?
 

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That's what caught my attention, you couldn't miss the shape. The elipticals seemed to be attached to a deck frame and the other tubes where just strapped to the load. Maybe Bennington has introduced a new build a boat line. LOL :eek:

Who else makes elliptical tubes?
 

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Was it a complete deck frame?  Wondering if it was just enough to hold them in place to prevent scratch and dents. 
 

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I'm with Dan. I think it was just to hold them together for shipment and they look benny to me!!!
 

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The bottom set looks like just the twin Elips with a transom (maybe a mega-pan) with decking, and an extra toon stacked on top. My guess is there was a storm somewhere.
 

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I was trying to check deck structure out,but was a little hard to do so at 75 mph, That's pretty much the slowest speed to travel on I 95 without getting run over! But I'm sure that it was not a temporary shipping structure,it was completely built like your pontoon deck frame minus rub rails.

Was it a complete deck frame?  Wondering if it was just enough to hold them in place to prevent scratch and dents. 
 

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SHHHH!!  You weren't supposed to see that!  It's a new QUAD TOON they're developing! 
 
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Ha ha ha!


The top tube is a "roll tube"!
 

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LOL LOL LOL


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Gotta hold your breath when you submerge that thing to launch ....  :blink:
 
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