Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Cariboo, British Columbia
Thank GH! I know the turning part (turn steering wheel opposite way you want to turn), but then I would usually end up getting a jackknife turn. Secret is once you got the trailer backing in the direction you want to go, you straightened out your wheels (I had to open the door & look at them) and trailer will carry on in that direction. Hooking & Unhooking isn't a problem, I used to consider my self an expert with a two horse straight haul years ago, when I switched to stock trailers & slant loads, my expertise was nil.