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Old 09-15-2015, 08:14 PM   #91
cogito ergo moo
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My standard advice... practice practice practice.

Go find a big empty parking lot, like a,school on a Sunday. Take a couple cones or plastic trash cans. Set up a fake campsite and spend an hour or two just backing in and then pull out and try again. It's a low stress way get used to how your unit handles.

Just an hour or two will instill so much confidence, that you will no longer fear or dread backing into a rest site.


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