Tom and Donna, Thanks for the notes.
ccaffrey, I forgot to take a pic of the can, tomorrow is another day.
So, does anyone else do the same thing enough that when something changes and you repeat the action all of a sudden you get a horrible feeling?
Happened to me today taking the Boler
out of the garage with a 7 foot high door.
I have done this many times, hook the trailer to the garden tractor, reduce the air in both trailer tires
to about 5 psi and back the trailer out till the vent clears the door, reair the tires
and continue backing out.
In the process of doing this I didn't double check the clearence of the vent on the door. That ugly feeling happened when I realized the trailer has a new axle
and sits abit higher than when it went into the garage.I stopped and shut off the tractor, fearing the worst I stepped back so as to see the damage,,,,WOW, that was close!!
After that we took the Boler
out for its first test run behind our new to us tug,a 2004 Toyota Sienna.
We have about 90% of the weight
in it and had it up to 110kph,,VERY HAPPY!!
Our little truck worked great but the interior is pretty crowded now that we have a dog with us and the 375000 kms on it certainly isn't a plus although it still works great.