No ~~ he said exactly what he meant. Extreme yawing will cause a boat to capsize and a trailer to flip.
(yō) v.yawed, yaw·ing, yaws v.intr.1. Nautical To swerve off course momentarily or temporarily: The ship yawed as the heavy wave struck abeam. 2. To turn about the vertical axis. Used of an aircraft, spacecraft, or projectile. 3. To move unsteadily; weave.
v.tr. To cause to yaw.
n.1. The act of yawing. 2. Extent of yawing, measured in degrees.
Can we get this thread closed.... I put it in the toy hauler forum for advice from others with the same set up i have. Not for every nit wit and there brother with 20' travel trailers that are white knuckling it at 55mph. I hope to never cross paths with 75% of you in this thread, And i know you guys feel the same about me. Wherever you see my rig it will be going the speed limit and thats that. The last truck did it great and this one will get there to.
For the people that gave me helpful tips and pms THANKS
For the others...
You're welcome. I hope you get it taken care of.
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