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Old 08-28-2020, 04:36 PM
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Originally Posted by 99yam40 View Post
put guide posts on the trailer , easy enough to see where you need to hit that way.
put the trailer lights on those post so you never dunk the lights in salt or fresh water also.

a lot of the trucks have daytime head lights so they make it hard to turn off head lights.
but I agree trying to back into a ramp with head light shining at you from the spot next to you is a pain.
I have felt like getting out and turning them off myself or the truck to give me some relief.
usually just have to wait for them to pull out and away
1-2 clicks on the park break fixed that, and won’t hurt the park brake.