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Old 06-26-2019, 01:22 PM   #21
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Probably your tow bar (reach) was fixed solid to front steer axle. That way steer left, trailer goes left. On a toad with the steering wheel fixed (seat belt around steering wheel) you turn right toad goes left. Play around, you will soon figure it out.


I see what I was missing! It is like a farm trl where the tow bar is attached to the front axle. Thank you sometimes what I picture in my head misses a key detail. No practice though I tow a 5 ver. That said now I know Incase’s things change
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Old 06-26-2019, 03:14 PM   #22
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Tom in Ohio, just curious, what do you do if you can't get a pull-through spot in a campground or do you always call ahead to make sure you can? I wasn't thinking of a trailer when I made my decision to flat tow, but had thought of using a dolly which creates a problem if you have to use a back in campsite too.
I just back my trailer in the site or if the site is long enough I pull straight in and back out when I leave.
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