Not sure about that. Bought a cat there last fall, and took the blade off ourselves. Trucker loaded it up by himself.I'd think you're on your own in that situation.
Usually the catalog has the loading details spelled out in it but a phone call would answer a few questions. At a yard sale they won't even let you drop the blade off a cat. Need a mechanic to do that for you at $150 for a 5 minute job.
Thanks for getting back, that would have really pissed me off to have to spend that long waiting for them to do an inspection and then be hammered about every little thing, guess that's just how it is now a days. Hopefully that trailer works good for you.We don't have PST here in Alberta KellyM so no worry there for me but did pay GST which I should be able to get back. Ill try not to bore everyone with the details but the 2 young eager beaver highway patrol spent a good 3 hours going over my truck and the trailer. The trailer had only brakes on 1 axle and the lights didn't work so I had attached a slow moving sign on the back with battery operated hazard lights on all corners, kind of like a farm implement. They were not impressed. I told him there were plenty of trucks like mine pulling air drills past here with no signal lights and that weigh 10 times what my pup trailer does. With the truck they went way over board in my opinion, checking things like serial numbers of tires to determine age even though the tires are pretty good set of Michelins all around with absolutely no cracking. They tried to ticket me for having no muffler till I pointed out the 2 stack mounted like new mufflers. Oh mufflers were usually underneath they said. They finally wrote up a ticket for a loose suspension bolt where they found they could turn a washer on. Also a slightly leaky valve on the truck, so they said (I cant hear it and the truck will hold air overnight as well as passing all their air loss tests) and with one driver tire that had worn a bit wonky they declared the truck to be not road worthy. So this is a Sunday afternoon about 30 miles from Whitecourt with nothing open. In the end I was lucky (I guess) to find an outfit with a Landoff style trailer that could load the whole unit, tractor and trailer, and haul me home. I've already done the repairs to the truck which amounted to nothing really. The trailer is fine as is for its intended purpose. So I'm home now with $1000 worth of fines and $2000 for the hauling.
What really pissed me off more than anything was the heavily accented young beaver telling me, after I asked them if they were proud of themselves, that it was satisfying knowing he had taken a dangerous unit off the road. I replied that my record of 45 years as a class 1 driver, hauling all over the continent in the past, without so much as a speeding ticket spoke for itself.