Hope everyone is off to an enjoyable spring season.
I am not new to pulling a boat but I am looking for some tips to Park my rig between two vehicles.
I have always struggled parking at a crowded boat ramp when the only spots are the ones between two already parked rigs. what's the best way to set up . I tend to eventually get there but it isn't without breaking into a sweat fearful of hitting the vehicle to the drivers side
I drive a F150 and pull a 20ft ranger , i'm sure it all starts with where you line up and start cutting the wheel but i'll be danged if I can figure it out comfortably . Im embarrassed to say I've cost myself plenty a days on the water cause I couldn't park
sure would appreciate if anyone has a trick or too to take the stressful side a trip to the lake
Post by leapnlineman on Apr 7, 2019 12:18:22 GMT -1
Time, practice & confidence! On your approach stay as wide of the upcoming turn as possible and always remember that your trailer wheels will turn sharper than your truck will. The degree of the sharpness is relevant to the distance from your hitch to the trailer wheels, which vary from trailer to trailer.