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Old 12-28-2015, 09:21 AM   #1
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Towing in high winds

How much wind will the trailers stand before they role over ? I was coming home from Enid OK this Saturday. The wind was steady at 25 to 30 out of the north and 35 to 40 at times. We was at 40 to 45 mph a lot of the way home. It seems we are always watching the wind on the way back for Enid. They put them wind farms up that way. My wife's family lives in Enid. Thanks for help my setup seemed to do fine. But everything has a breaking point. Does the more rounded trailer's do better in high wind. First time I should have stayed put didn't want to get stuck in the snow.
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