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Old 07-22-2007, 08:25 AM   #15
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This past week, we went camping again... I backed the 1700 straight in with barely a twitch of the steering wheel and it was parked perfectly.. Felt good. A couple days later we watched a 3 story 5th wheel condominium with 2 hot tubs, 8 deep friers, and 12 pull outs leave a fairly sizable spot. An hour later a 20 foot stick trailer pulled with a shight and briny Nissan Titan pulled up as we were inside our dinette having smokeys. We watched from the window as the driver took not 2 or 3, but 4 tries at backing it in. He kept getting out and shaking his head at one tree or another and was heard saying to his father or father in-law "they should make these f*ing spots so you can actually get a trailer into them..."

I suggested to my wife she go over there and offer to back it in for him.

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