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Old 02-12-2007, 12:01 AM   #15
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Someone wrote in to Highways Magazine a few months ago recommending carrying a bunch of 2 X 4's to help this problem. Think there's any benefit to that?
Using lumber (2X4 or 4X4) can be an effective way of bridging a low spot, gutter or other narrow dip in the road surface and avoid or minimize dragging.

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Old 09-14-2018, 11:38 AM   #16
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We have 2017 classic with a difficult driveway ( oh yes we use 2x6 s also ) are planning trips that include taking it on a fairy to Alaska, one way. We are considering buying a 2019 1500 Dodge with air suspension so we could lower or raise the trailer from inside that cab to help ease over driveways etc.. Also we would get Eboost, hopefully to help with the extra torque for start up and hills. any words of wisdom? THANKS !!!

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