Why are you taking the home apart?
Unless your plan is to demolish it you better put wheels and axles under it.
Please take the following very seriously.
Supporting the home by the tongue with a loader while using an I beam and rollers is a prescription for certain damage to the home, injury and possible death..... seriously!!
You CAN NOT move a MH except in the manner it was designed to be moved. You can not move a home supported at the hitch with a loader. Movement MUST be from the hitch on a hitch ball. Using a loader without a hitch to bully a home into place WILL bend the hitch and frame.
If you don’t remove the foundation support correctly (and don’t put the home on wheels) when you roll it with regular roller/beam system, there is little doubt that you will minimally bend the frame out of shape... If not break it.... and rack the wooden frame of the home, possibly beyond repair.
Manufactured Homes are designed to be moved on wheels and axles. The weight of the structure is engineered for movement only when supported by the axles and wheels. When the weight is take off the foundation and returned to the steel frame it MUST be supported by the wheels axles and hitch.
I have seen a doublewide home moved a few hundred feet on wheels and axles with the sections still together, pulled BEHIND 2 tractors. This took several hours of pre-planed movements of by a 5 man team that assembles and installs homes daily.
This is not a good week end do-it-yourself project. If you are planning on using the home after you move it the cost of a professional will save you a lot of money and grief. Regardless of how handy your husband is I'm sure he would think it unwise to try to do any job with out the right tools.
This is an operation that requires planning, that will depend on site conditions. MH sections are rolled using specialized roller systems. You need someone with experience and access to the right tools and equipment.