do you think renting a U-Haul trailer will help? - Page 2 - Fiberglass RV


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Old 01-25-2017, 05:17 PM   #15
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Name: Gerry
Trailer: Boler 13 ft / 31 ft Holiday Rambler
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All trailers will react different, depending on the length of the toung of the trailer and distance from back of vehicle and the wheels of trailer.
I have a much easier time backing up my 32ft 5th wheel then backing up the 13ft Boler.
The longer the trailer the slower the reaction to the turn of the wheel in the front.
So to get a true sense of how it's going to be backing up get a 13ft trailer.
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