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Old 09-27-2013, 11:11 PM   #15
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If you want the trailer to go to the left, then turn the steering wheel in the direction that makes the front of the TV go to your left.
When practicing backing. Learn to do it with the mirrors. Not by turning your head around.
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The first time I had backed a trailer of any type was when we brought ours from the dealer I had to cut it into a space with about 18" on each side. I just backed a little, turned a little, got out to look, adjusted where required and repeated until I had it placed. Scary, but no uh-ohs. You can do it.
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