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My name is Johnny Avery I need a cost on moving a 1979 single wide mobile home 14 x 80 38 miles from Cromwell to McLoud Oklahoma he has no axles

I have a 1979 14 x 80 single wide mobile home how much would it cost me to have it moved from exactly 38 miles from Okemah to McLoud Oklahoma exactly 38 Mi it has no axles do they come with axles to and how much would it cost me

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Finding licensed professionals in your area is our forte. While we are not a moving company, we will connect you with the best movers who will assist you with your relocation every step of the way. 

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To move a mobile home, hire a specialty mover that focuses on manufactured homes and/or other small mobile structures. They will have the experience, proper training, and equipment necessary. Visit our special movers page to find moving companies in your area. We will connect you with several licensed professionals, so you can choose the company that best fits your budget and time frame. Don't forget to compare at least three quotes before making your decision.

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Kelly Martini
Answered on 2/6/2018

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